Join us online for our annual schools lecture evening to hear about recent research in the psychology of resilience and communication.
Using Israel/Palestine as a test case, Hedi Viterbo will argue in this talk that the children's rights discourse has become increasingly complicit in state violence.
Dr Saar-Heiman will argue that the parents’ rights/children’s rights binary is unhelpful and there is a need for a more complex understanding of children's rights.
Network datasets – representing social, biological or physical systems – are all around us. Answering most questions about such networks turns out to be very computationally challenging.
How far should state punishment extend and who is responsible for the symbiotic harms of punishment?
This lecture will explore how this crisis and its consequences shaped not only the majority of the plays written during this time, but also the venues they were performed in.
This presentation will outline a proposal for a project that explores the opportunities and challenges that family law presents for a range of LGBTQ+ individuals in their journeys to become parents.