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Safe Spaces: Safeguarding Students from Violence and Hate
The issue of sexual assault, harassment and violence on university campuses has been reported over recent years and months. In 2014 (building on a report from 2010), the National Union of Students issued a report “That’s ...
Formal Equality, Legal Compliance and the TEF: Impetus for Change?
This research builds on a previous paper which explored the politics and perspectives of various social actors regarding anti-discrimination legislation and equality within a higher education setting. Using Critical Race ...
Criminal Conflicts - A Legal Learning Case Study
Introduction/Context Criminal Law is a year 1 module which has around 160 students. It is compulsory for Law but many JH students choose it as a designated module. This means that some students are studying one Law module ...
Liberalism and Race Equality in Higher Education: The Shift from the Mandatory to the Persuasive
This paper examines a twenty year period to explore the salience of race equality in higher education in the UK. While research evidence accumulates to demonstrate that staff and students from minority ethnic groups continue ...