Category: Manchester Law School

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Dr Kate Cook writes about: Discussing Coercive Control

Around 60 people met to discuss coercive control in relationships and to hear testimonies of women’s experience of this damaging abuse.  Two events were held at the University of Salford, on 9th November 2016,...

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Listen Carefully: Transgender Voices in the Workplace – Stephen Whittle

  Congratulations to Stephen Whittle on ‘Listen Carefully: Transgender Voices in the Workplace’ currently in press and due to appear in the International Journal of Human Resource Management.   Listen Carefully: Transgender Voices in...

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New Publication for Annapurna – Ensuring Protection Against Caste Discrimination in Britain: Should the Equality Act 2010 Be Extended?

Ensuring Protection Against Caste Discrimination in Britain: Should the Equality Act 2010 Be Extended? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law Volume 16, Issue 2-3, 2016 Pages: 177-196 Waughray, A. and Dhanda, M. ISSN:...

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New Publication for Jamie Atkinson – ‘Letters Aren’t Good’: The Operation of the Right to Request Flexible Working Post-Maternity Leave in UK Small and Medium-Sized Companies

  Congratulations to Jamie Atkinson on his article ‘Letters Aren’t Good’: The Operation of the Right to Request Flexible Working Post-Maternity Leave in UK Small and Medium-Sized Companies due to appear in the Journal...

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The Women and Girls of Crewe, The North of England and Beyond

  The Women and Girls of Crewe, The North of England and Beyond   MMU Cheshire invites you to ‘The Women and Girls of Crewe, The North of England and Beyond’, a one-day conference...

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Tackling the Twinkle: Dr Kate Cook talks about cutting and women’s genitals

  TACKLING THE TWINKLE: DR KATE COOK TALKS ABOUT CUTTING AND WOMEN’S GENITALS September 16, 2016 Written by Dr Kate Cook, Senior Lecturer in Law at Manchester Metropolitan University, mmusylviapankhurstgenderresearch   In this post I am...

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Should We Stay or Should We Go? The EU Referendum Debate

Academics, policy makers and the public gathered at Manchester Metropolitan University earlier this month for debate and discussion around the UK’s potential exit from the European Union, with the majority of attendees voting ‘remain’...

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Professor Stephen Whittle Wins NTGA Lifetime Achievement Award

Manchester Met’s Professor Stephen Whittle was honoured with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the recent Sparkle Charity National Transgender Awards 2016. The awards recognise individuals, companies, social groups, support groups and venues that have...

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Business Secretary Sajid Javid MP Praises Manchester Met’s Degree Apprenticeships on Visit to Launch £10 million fund

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills has praised the trailblazing Degree Apprenticeship programmes at Manchester Met after launching a new nationwide £10 million Degree Apprenticeship fund. Sajid Javid MP was welcomed...