Dr Martin O`Neill discusses the recommendations of a recent review of policing in England and Wales. A conference will be held on campus on 13 and 14 September to consider how meaningful change can be achieved in line with the report and also marks 25 years of policing provision at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Dr Kristy Howells discusses women in sport, the triumphant win of England in the European Women’s Football Championship, and ways in which we can inspire, motivate and encourage children and young into physical education and sport.
Ahead of a public discussion next week, Dr Jennie Bristow looks at how the experience of the pandemic can help sociologists gain a valuable insight into generations and what they are or are not.
Dr Ralph Norman explores a how Sajid Javid claims to have taken inspiration from a sermon, ahead of writing his resignation letter.
For centuries, following the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170, Canterbury has been a major Christian pilgrimage destination. Ahead of the city’s annual Medieval Pageant, Dr Sheila Sweetinburgh explores the experiences the medieval pilgrims inside and outside the city walls.
Highlighting the importance of public transport to the economic and environmental recovery, post-Covid, Dr Susan Kenyon examines the potential next week’s planned rail strikes have to disrupt to the post-pandemic public transport recovery, which is essential for individuals, communities and the environment.
Dr Chris Blunkell examines the government’s policy for supporting homeowners and communities at high risk of losing everything to the sea.
Dr Alex Kent discusses today’s military spectacle and what it means for the war in Ukraine.
Dr Jake Monk Kydd looks at the reasons behind the current price rises in everyday living costs.