New report exposes forced labour connections in global retail brands’ supply chains
More than 100 global retail brands could be at risk of using cotton that is produced by Uyghur forced labour according to new research by Sheffield Hallam University’s Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice.
The Yorkshire Post: Dr Will Eadson, professor of urban and regional studies, has written an article about the jobs that are needed to make cities like Sheffield greener and cleaner. He says: "The short answer is most people’s jobs need to change in some way."
Being an entrepreneurial university is part of Sheffield Hallam's DNA
With origins in the design, manufacturing and fabrication industries of Victorian Sheffield, through to the pioneering innovations of Sheffield City Polytechnic, Hallam is firmly rooted in the making and creating heritage of South Yorkshire.
How to make teaching more women-friendly, post-COVID
For women, teaching is often seen as a welcoming profession, but around one in nine female primary teachers leave the profession each year. Here are some ways in which teaching could be made more women-friendly.