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Thinking globally, acting locally: is local public policy anti-slavery’s missing link?

By Dr. Alison Gardner In July 2016, UK Prime Minister Theresa May promised to ‘flex the muscle of all parts of the UK Government’ in eradicating modern slavery. Yet whilst her government seeks to ‘get a real grip’ on policy at a national level, there has been minimal focus in the UK on the potential …

WHM Review: The ‘I’m Tired Project’ at UoN

By Emily Brady On the 13th of March 2017, the Performing Arts Studio in the Trent Building became the site of one of the most exciting photographic projects to ever come out of the University of Nottingham. The ‘I’m Tired’ Project – an expanding series of photographs aimed at anonymously calling out micro aggressions and …

Innovation – Evolution – PARTNERSHIP!

By Professor Kevin Bales CMG Every great change begins with an idea and a start-up, whether it is the transformation of the world through computer technology, or the beginning of the end of slavery. All start-ups evolve in a challenging environment, and in time those that survive and prosper tend to join together – maximising …