2020

Researchers from Keele University are leading a new study to assess the impacts of Covid-19 on human rights issues, to identify best practice for protecting workers and victims of modern slavery.

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A new study led by Keele University will investigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on services that provide support for adults who have care and support needs.

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Keele researchers are calling for more support for survivors of domestic abuse during Covid-19 lockdowns.

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner writes for The Conversation UK.

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Professor Yossi Nehushtan writes for The Conversation UK.

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Keele University is to host its first virtual open day of 2020 on Saturday 20 June, giving prospective students the opportunity to tour the University from the comfort of their own home.

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A specialist in Global Health Law from Keele University has received funding for a new study looking into ways of ensuring a Covid-19 vaccine is made equally accessible to everyone.

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Our new degree: Law with Professional Legal Practice is an innovative response to the Solicitors Qualifying Examination.

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Dr Michael Fay promoted to Senior Lecturer

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Dr Sen Raj published in Alternative Law Journal

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner shares expertise with Reuters

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Paul Olubayo reflects on race inequalities in society

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner on the roles and responsibilities of governments and international organisations in managing a pandemic.

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner on the roles and responsibilities of governments and international organisations in managing a pandemic.

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Professor Tom Obokata has spoken to Reuters about the ways that human traffickers will benefit from the coronavirus pandemic, with worldwide business closures potentially pushing vulnerable workers into slavery.

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Dr Ezgi Tascioglu has had the following article published in Social & Legal Studies Journal

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Dr Maria Tzanou took part in a webinar jointly hosted by the City Law School, ISEL and ILAG, on the topic: The Law of Facebook: Borders, Regulation and Global Social Media - Assessing the Limits to the Law on Facebook.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted shortfalls in international law over the sharing of virus samples and scientific data, which must be addressed to better tackle future disease outbreaks according to a Keele legal health expert.

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A Keele Professor and human rights expert for the United Nations has called on UN member countries to increase protection for vulnerable people to prevent them being pushed into slavery because of Covid-19.

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Following Feeling The Emotional Politics of LGBTI Rights and Law Reform with Dr. Senthorun Raj

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A community legal outreach collaboration led by Keele University is continuing to ensure vulnerable people are supported during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A human rights professor from Keele’s School of Law has been appointed to a prestigious post by the United Nations Human Rights Council, to help tackle modern slavery around the world.

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A Keele academic has been awarded a prestigious global fellowship at Princeton University.

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Keele alumna Amy Brodie tells of her career journey since graduating in 2015, which has culminated in her current role for the Department of Health and Social Care

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On 29 January, School of Law's Michael Fay presented at this year KIITE Student Education Conference 2020

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The School of Law held its first Undergraduate Dissertation Conference on Monday 10 February.

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Keele Law Society confirm Legal Dining Event 2020

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner discusses his expertise in Global Health and the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner was on BBC News commenting on the breaking news that two cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the UK.

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This reading group is open to all Keele staff and students interested in developing their knowledge, reading, and discussion of selected GSL related texts.

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Dr Awol Allo, Senior Lecturer in Law at Keele University, was recently invited by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to participate in an expert round table to discuss Ethiopia’s political transition and the forthcoming national election.

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Michael Fay and Stella Coyle are confirmed as speakers at the KIITE Student Education Conference 2020

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