‘Children who offend should be treated as children first and foremost’: new report provides evidence-base for Child First approach in youth justice systems
Responding to young people that come into contact with the Youth Justice System as ‘children’ and not ‘offenders’ can enhance lives, reduce offending, promote safer communities and lead to fewer victims, a new report states.
Researchers investigating audience responses to news coverage of COVID-19 say disinformation is spreading fast and media freedom is under strain
A team of Loughborough University researchers are investigating how citizens in four European countries are using the media to keep up to date with the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
International sports agents conference to be held at Loughborough University
Loughborough University is positioning itself as a global leader in the professional development of sports agents with the launch of a new international conference.
Loughborough University announces ground-breaking partnership with the Twinning Project
Academics from Loughborough University have joined forces with the Twinning Project, an initiative that uses sport to help prisoners prepare for release and provides a route to paid employment.
The European Football Agents Associations (EFAA) and experts discuss the future of football agents at Loughborough London
Agents, representatives of football stakeholders, and experts on the regulation of the football industry met last week to discuss FIFA’s current undertaking of reforming agent regulations and the implications the proposed new rules will have on future transfer deals.
Can artificial intelligence improve accountancy, insurance and legal services?
A £20 million scheme to investigate how artificial intelligence and data science can transform UK services industries will be launched next month.
Researchers are asking people to share their opinions on gender in law
Loughborough University academics are asking people to complete an opinion survey as part of a project exploring if gender is still relevant in modern law.
Loughborough University launches a world's first professional education programme for sports agents
Loughborough University and the Association of Football Agents (AFA) will launch a unique professional certificate for aspiring football agents later this year.
Struggling families disqualified from justice despite Supreme Court verdict
Poverty hit families are being denied vital help to fight eviction, tackle severe housing disrepair and address other life-changing legal issues, the Law Society of England and Wales revealed today.
Are the traditional gender distinctions of male and female an outdated concept in modern-day law?
Academics are set to explore whether a person’s gender is still relevant in modern law.
Brexit broken down: Real time analysis of negotiations, decisions and their impact
A new project to deliver blow-by-blow analysis of the UK’s Brexit negotiations will begin this month and aims to make sense of each stage of the United Kingdom’s complex departure from the European Union.
Loughborough research features in international guidelines on the investigation of sexual violence in conflict
A Loughborough University psychologist has provided expert guidance to the Government for its international protocol on the investigation of sexual violence in conflict.22 March 2017
Barrister explores institutional sexism and women’s rights in guest lecture
Charlotte Proudman is set to present a guest lecture at Loughborough University, on tackling institutional sexism in the legal profession.8 April 2016
Security and visitor expectation must be balanced to protect museums for future generations
The museum visitor experience is under threat from theft and damage, putting collections at risk, new research reveals.16 March 2016