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People experiencing street homelessness are being disproportionately criminalised by regional differences in applying anti-social behaviour laws.
The plight of children living in homes where parents or carers are struggling with energy costs is being overlooked by the Government at Westminster, say leading researchers.
Sheffield Hallam University is partnering with Sheffield City Council to introduce a food waste trial scheme to better understand the process of household food disposal across selected areas of Sheffield.
People experiencing street homelessness are disproportionately criminalised in areas with Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs), according to a new report from Sheffield Hallam University.
The breadth of Green Future research currently being developed across Sheffield Hallam will underscore the annual Innovation Conference and AIM (Academic Industry Meeting) Day, which takes place at the University this week.
Young victims of modern slavery have shared their experiences following identification of human trafficking through the UK immigration and social care systems in a new interim report published today.
A new report calling for greater collaboration between colleges and universities has set out recommendations for governments and sector leaders to support regional priorities and deliver UK-wide economic recovery.
Sheffield Hallam University has secured almost £300,000 of funding to examine the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, welfare reforms and rising living costs on social housing tenants’ ability to pay their rent.
Toby Perkins MP, Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships, Skills and Lifelong Learning has spoken to degree apprentices as part of a virtual visit.
Small charities ‘showed up and stuck around’ to support people throughout the pandemic
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