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  • SPS Event

    Overview of the Social Vulnerabilities and Climate Change Adaptation Workshop.,-poverty-and-exclusion-workshop

  • Map of eastern Europe including Hungary

    Dr Eszter Simon, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, is a researcher in Hungarian foreign and domestic politics. Here she discusses the contradictory role of Hungary in the Russia Ukraine war, as a country with allegiances to both East and West.

  • Red car being washed by hand

    The Responsible Car Wash Scheme (RCWS) has launched a pilot project, funded by the Home Office, to test the effectiveness and value of introducing licensing for car wash businesses. The pilot is based on a RCWS accreditation scheme for hand car washes to ensure these businesses treat employees, customers and the environment fairly.

  • Female skateboarder performing a jump

    The experiences of female skateboarders, their sense of identity and their place in the skateboarding community are to be studied as part of a new project by researchers at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and Sheffield Hallam University.

  • Intergenerational Event

    Research by Professor Matt Henn from NTU’s Department of Politics and International Relations explores how young people and older people are shaping local democracy

  • Market Square Nottingham

    Improving the human rights of Nottingham residents, such as ensuring access to decent work, housing and food, will be discussed at a special event which brings together researchers, community organisations and local authority representatives.

  • Attendees to the Russia Sustainable energy workshop

    Dr Marianna Poberezhskaya (Nottingham Trent University) and Dr Alexander Redkin (the Altai State University), welcomed early career researchers to a three-day workshop, supported by a British Council Researcher Links grant to discuss Russia’s place in global fight against climate change.,-discourses-and-narratives

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    The student view of Parliament Week

    27 November 2018

    Reflections from a first year Politics and International Relations Student on Nottingham Trent University Parliament Week activities they attended. #UKPW18

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    Students work with former MP to understand the jobs undertaken in politics during Parliament Week 2018 to devise a strategy for NTU's future

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    The Politics of Misogyny

    13 November 2018

    Dr Kat Krulisova outlines why NTU is hosting a public debate about the criminalisation of misogyny in Nottingham with three focal advocates. Join us to explore why they support the work done and hear about how they think it should progress.