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"Over-Exposed" creates a new model of assessment for the solar industry and its supply chains to identify exposure to state-imposed forced labour in the Uyghur Region as supply chains become increasingly opaque

Law students to experience Law in Practice

Nearly forty final-year students from Law and Law and Criminology degree programmes will take up their placements on Law in Practice

School of Law's Lawyer in London Provides Inspirational Insights

Final year Law and Law & Criminology students completed an unforgettable trip to London for the annual Lawyer in London field trip

Driving Force

Automotive Supply Chains and Forced Labour in the Uyghur Region

United Nations Geneva Human Rights Field Project 2023

Find out more about second United Nations Geneva Human Rights Field Project of Sheffield Hallam students to explore international human rights work

Leverhulme Trust Award to research Comparative Penal Supervision

This three-year project seeks to explore and generate knowledge about the experience of penal supervision across England, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Wales

In Broad Daylight: Uyghur Forced Labour and Global Solar Supply Chains

In Broad Daylight reveals how forced labour in the Uyghur region has ripple effects throughout international solar supply chains.

Financing & Genocide: Development Finance and the Crisis in the Uyghur Region

"Financing & Genocide" presents credible evidence that International Finance Corporation financing is contributing to companies committing gross human rights abuses against Uyghur peoples in the XUAR and makes evidence-based recommendations to IFC and other development finance institutions.

Useful Resources

Additional resources that can enhance your understanding of the crisis in the Uyghur Region, the situation of state-sponsored forced labour there and due diligence strategies for addressing the problem

Migrant Stories of Italy

Watch the documentaries made during the visit of students and staff from Media Arts & Communication and the Helena Kennedy Centre together with Mama Africa in Bari

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