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Social justice and equal opportunity

Woman walking in empty subway
by Hannah Bows and Bianca Fileborn  |  23rd November 2020

In this episode of the Transforming Society podcast, Jess Miles speaks to Hannah Bows from Durham University and Bianca Fileborn from the University of Melbourne, guest editors of a special issue of the Journal of Gender-Based Violence - Space, Place and Gender-Based Violence.…Read more

sun shining through a broken window
by Angela Marinari  |  16th November 2020

With just 1% of rapes successfully prosecuted, Angela Marinari explores the role of a different avenue for victims of sexual violence – restorative justice either with the abuser or those who enable the abuse.…Read more

stacked pile of pebbles on a beach
by Angela Marinari  |  16th November 2020

Based on Restorative Justice for Survivors of Sexual Abuse, by Angela Marinari, this policy briefing covers key messages and policy recommendations around how restorative justice with enablers can provide survivors with a sense of justice and how a pyramid programme of restorative justice services can widen justice options for survivors.…Read more

girl with heart balloon street art
by Alison Shaw  |  13th November 2020

As we come towards the end of University Press Week, Chief Executive of Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, Alison Shaw reflects on the theme of the week - #RaiseUP.…Read more

Mother working in background with child in front

Lindsey German, contributor to 'Social Work and the COVID-19 Pandemic: International Insights', explains why, when we talk about how work and society should change post COVID-19, we must put the role of women and work at the centre of our analysis.…Read more

A series of activists drawn by Celeste Byers
by Paul Chaney  |  21st October 2020

Presenting the first four titles in the Civil Society and Social Change book series, Paul Chaney outlines the potential of civil society to bring about social change through civic participation and civil engagement. …Read more

Sign saying 'We need a change'
by Sarah Jane Brubaker and Brittany Keegan  |  7th August 2020

Sarah Jane Brubaker and Brittany Keegan discuss the parallels between the causes of sexual harassment and other forms of oppression, such as racism and discrimination, and how recommendations for how to address these issues can be more widely applied.…Read more

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Nazia Hussein and Saba Hussain reflect on how ethnic minority women may internalise the consequences of gendered racism in higher education and look at their roles as transnational carers and emotional labourers.…Read more

Writing on hands saying 'Our lives are in your hands'
by Alison Shaw  |  30th July 2020

Alison Shaw, Chief Executive of Bristol University Press, reflects on the selection of the Press as a finalist for the University Press Redux Sustainability Award and how the UN Sustainable Development Goals resonate with our mission and organisational goals as a publisher.…Read more

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Following his appointment to the LSE in 1950, Richard Titmuss set about creating the academic field we nowadays call Social Policy. Here, John Stewart, author of 'Richard Titmuss: A Commitment to Welfare', thinks about what Titmuss might have made of the coronavirus crisis. …Read more