Student's IBS essay wins prestigious national writing competition

PhD Student Lauren White from the Department of Sociological Studies has won the Economic and Social Research Council’s 2016-17 writing competition 'Making Sense of Society', in partnership with SAGE Publishing.

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Wildlife trafficking and organised crime link examined in new BIOSEC project

A landmark new project aimed at improving understanding of the link between the illegal wildlife trade and organised crime launches today (13 March 2017).

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Applications open for Crook Fellowships to address ‘Children’s Chances’

Future leaders in the public and not-for-profit sectors are invited to apply for the Crook Public Fellowships Scheme 2017.

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Faculty students showcase work to City Council Chief Executive

Four groups of students from the Faculty of Social Sciences visited Sheffield Town Hall to showcase artefacts that they had made during the Faculty’s State of Sheffield module to the City Council’s Chief Executive, John Mothersole.

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Young Britons more right-wing than previous generations, study says

Young people in Britain are more right-wing and authoritarian in their political views than previous generations, a new study of political attitudes has revealed.

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Sheffield Solutions brief: A Recipe For Parliamentary Impact

Kate Dommett, Marc Geddes and Brenton Prosser have produced an academic guide for effective engagement with Parliament.

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