Find out about forthcoming events in the Department of Health and Social Sciences.
- Loneliness Project
An informal and interactive discussion session to raise awareness of the devastating impact of loneliness on individual members of society. A unique opportunity to find out more about this silent killer and what we can do both as individuals and professionals to improve the health and wellbeing of those around us.
- Some university lecturers are gay. Get over it!
Come along to 'Some university lecturers are gay. Get over it!': The shift from old-fashioned homophobia to modern heterosexism in psychological research on anti-gay prejudice led by Victoria Clarke, Department of Health and Social Sciences, UWE.
- Undergraduate Open Day - Bristol Campuses and UWE Gloucester
Come along to our Undergraduate Open Day at Bristol Campuses and UWE Gloucester and see why we are a University for the Real World.
- Understanding and responding to sexual harm perpetrated by youths research workshop
This workshop jointly organised by the Social Science Research Group and the Centre for Legal Research, will examine and debate research on youths who sexually harm others and will also offer the opportunity to have a broad-ranging discussion, share good practice and network.
- 'THERE IS NO THEM!' - Child, youth, family and disability conference - Call for papers
07/07/2015 - 08/07/2015
This year we are delighted to announce that the Child, Youth, Family and Disability Conference will again take place at the University of the West of England in Bristol. We would like to invite disabled children, young people, their parents and carers, as well as activists and academics in the field of disability studies and childhood studies to present at and to attend the event.