Find out about forthcoming events in the Department of Health and Social Sciences.
- What will be the impact of a changed criminal justice system?
Drawing on their research, from a range of funded projects, Dr James Hoggett and Dr Kieran McCartan will lead a discussion by examining the implementation and impact of these changes on staff, offenders and victims at a local, regional and national level.
- The Food that Connects Us All
Come and share your stories about food that connects us all as human beings. You are welcome to bring poetry, prose, images, or just come to share your experience and thoughts of how growing, preparing or sharing food enriches our relationship with the society around us, helping us find our own place in the world.
- Europe, The Very Idea: Exploring Europe as a Philosophical Idea
09/05/2014 - 10/05/2014
It would seem that there is a neglected existential-political dimension of the current economic crisis concerning Europe's identity, task, role in the world, and indeed whether it even exists in the relevant sense. In response, this conference aims to investigate the idea of Europe as a philosophical concept and project.
- Building Understandings: Child, Youth, Family and Disability Conference
10/06/2014 - 11/06/2014
This conference will provide a space for disabled children, young people, family members and allies (including practitioners) to share their ideas, knowledge and expertise and to celebrate disabled children and young people's lives. This year's conference theme is 'Building Understandings'.
- Appearance Matters 6
01/07/2014 - 02/07/2014
The Appearance Matters 6 conference is a two day international conference highlighting current research and good practice around psychology and appearance.