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Violence against Women and Girls is Everyone’s Responsibility

Blog by Professor Louise Mullany, University of Nottingham and Associate Professor Loretta Trickett, Nottingham Trent University, in reaction to the UK government publishing their ‘Tackling violence against women and girls’ strategy. “As authors of the Nottinghamshire Misogyny Hate Crime research evaluation we broadly welcome elements of the government’s newly announced Violence Against Women and Girls …

Nottingham law experts appointed to Lord Chancellor’s panel for the Independent Review of Criminal Legal Aid

The Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland QC, has appointed Professor Sue Arrowsmith QC (Hon) and Dr Vicky Kemp, both of the University’s School of Law, to the Expert and Advisory Panel for the Independent Review of Criminal Legal Aid. The Panel has been set up to assist the Chair, Sir Christopher Bellamy QC, by advising on …

Live charity cook-along with Faculty of Social Sciences students

Wednesday 2 Dec at 6PMon Google Meet, tickets hereCooking a mixed vegetable curry As part of his studies in International Relations and Global Issues at the University of Nottingham, Sam Killick is undertaking a placement module during his third year. Sam is currently working in the fundraising team at the Rosie May Foundation and will …

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Advice for job seekers series: Tell a good, but short, story

There’s no question that the current pandemic and the responses to it have been devastating for many; not only in human health terms but economically too.  Many people have found themselves unexpectedly looking for work in a jobs market that has markedly changed in a relatively short time. For those looking for work for the …

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Advice for job seekers series: Get comfortable with technology

There’s no question that the current pandemic and the responses to it have been devastating for many; not only in human health terms but economically too.  Many people have found themselves unexpectedly looking for work in a jobs market that has markedly changed in a relatively short time. For those looking for work for the …

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Advice for job seekers series: Be prepared to be tested

There’s no question that the current pandemic and the responses to it have been devastating for many; not only in human health terms but economically too.  Many people have found themselves unexpectedly looking for work in a jobs market that has markedly changed in a relatively short time. For those looking for work for the …

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Advice for job seekers series: Highlight your contribution, not time served

There’s no question that the current pandemic and the responses to it have been devastating for many; not only in human health terms but economically too.  Many people have found themselves unexpectedly looking for work in a jobs market that has markedly changed in a relatively short time. For those looking for work for the …

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Advice for job seekers series: Discover your ‘transferable skills’

There’s no question that the current pandemic and the responses to it have been devastating for many; not only in human health terms but economically too.  Many people have found themselves unexpectedly looking for work in a jobs market that has markedly changed in a relatively short time. For those looking for work for the …

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Advice for job seekers series: Do your research

There’s no question that the current pandemic and the responses to it have been devastating for many; not only in human health terms but economically too.  Many people have found themselves unexpectedly looking for work in a jobs market that has markedly changed in a relatively short time. For those looking for work for the …

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Nottingham researchers support Indonesian government to ramp-up COVID-19 testing and research

Researchers from the University of Nottingham have been working closely with Indonesia authorities to support the management of COVID-19 in the country. Members of the Nottingham-Indonesia Collaboration for Clinical Research and Training (NICCRAT) consortium, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, are advising government on areas such as COVID testing and research. The …

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