Displacement and the impact on gender based violence. 29 November 2018 Researchers from Bristol University will host a conference today (Thursday 29 November 2018) to present findings from a two year project looking at the impact of displacement on gender based violence in both Bristol and Iraqi Kurdistan.
- Displacement and the impact on gender based violence. 29 November 2018 Researchers from Bristol University will host a conference today (Thursday 29 November 2018) to present findings from a two year project looking at the impact of displacement on gender based violence in both Bristol and Iraqi Kurdistan.
- Scottish Commission for Learning Disability submit a response to Protecting Children: Review of section 12 of the Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 and section 42 of the Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 2009 28 November 2018
- Supporting national efforts to define and measure multidimensional poverty in Latin America 26 November 2018 New project aims to measure adult and child poverty in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Peru.
- University honours its pioneering women in suffrage centenary portraits 22 November 2018 From the first British woman to win a Nobel Prize to one of the country’s early suffragettes, portraits dedicated to inspirational women now grace the walls of the University of Bristol’s most famous building.
- Almost half of the youngest children don’t know why they are in care, and a quarter of 11-18 year olds have three or more social workers in a year. 14 November 2018 New findings from the largest annual survey measuring the wellbeing of children and young people in care reveal that nearly half (49%) of 4-7 year olds and a third (33%) of 8-11 year olds do not fully understand why they are in care.
- Social care research gets up to £20 million boost from NIHR 6 November 2018 Social care research in England is set to receive up to £20 million in new funding through the National Institute for Health Research, boosting research to improve adult social care across the country.
- Domestic violence is widely accepted in most developing countries, new study reveals 1 November 2018 Societal acceptance of domestic violence against women is widespread in developing countries, with 36 per cent of people believing it is justified in certain situations.
- Beermats to boost conversations in pubs and tackle loneliness in older men 25 October 2018 Specially-designed beermats have been created to highlight the important role traditional pubs have to play in tackling loneliness in older men.
- Benjamin Meaker visiting professors 22 October 2018 This Autumn, we welcome two new Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professors to the School.
- Prioritising help for the poorest hit by deadly natural disasters 17 October 2018 A new statistical tool to help target resources following deadly natural disasters has been created by the University of Bristol, allowing governments to prioritise getting aid to the most vulnerable people.