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"Laundered Cotton" is an investigation into whether and how forced-labour-produced cotton and textiles from the Uyghur region wend their way into international supply chains.
LLM International Sports Law in Practice students have been selected to shadow the work of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Pro Bono Legal Team
Academics and researchers from the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice contributed a number of recommendations to the Home Officer call for evidence on its Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy. Read the full submission.
Students and staff at Sheffield Hallam worked with police in Derbyshire and Latvia to expose a large human trafficking operation.
This project examines the high mortality rate amongst people who have spent time in prison or are under probation supervision in the community
A project that critically assesses the processes through which Community Protection Notices are constructed, evidenced and monitored to regulate anti-social behaviour
This report outlines the findings from a British Academy/Leverhulme Trust funded study on the impact of inspection on probation, written by Dr Jake Phillips
The executive report from the research trip to Bhopal in India. The report presents collected narratives from gender-based violence survivors and those working on the ground to shape future policy
Law, criminology and human rights students and staff from Sheffield Hallam University went to South Africa on a humanitarian two-week project with Africa’s Gift charity.
Creating a robust evidence base that details the impact of anti-social behaviour tools and powers, such as Public Spaces Protection Orders and Community Protection Notices, have on homeless people
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