Subjects: Gender equality
EXPERT COMMENT: Domestic abuse: how survivors can get through family law court
In an article originally written for The Conversation, Dr Rima Hussein, Senior Lecturer in organisation studies, and Dr Imane El Hakimi, Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Human Resource Management at Northumbria University, highlight the challenges facing survivors of domestic abuse in our legal system and give advice on safely navigating through them.
Gender-based violence during lockdown: media reports may have missed the true picture
The ability of gender-based violence victims to access support services during the Covid-19 lockdown has not been accurately portrayed in the media, with potentially damaging consequences, according to new research.
EXPERT COMMENT - Women leaders and coronavirus: look beyond stereotypes to find the secret of their success
Professor Kate Maclean of Northumbria University’s Centre for International Development, discusses the success of women leaders in handling COVID 19.
Northumbria University project selected for the Airbus GEDC Diversity Award
Northumbria University's NUSTEM project has been recognised for its innovative work in improving diversity in engineering education.
Northumbria academic discusses breaking down gender stereotypes in sport volunteering
Dr Lindsay Findlay-King, Principal Lecturer in Sport Management at Northumbria University is taking centre stage at esteemed international events to speak about developing female volunteering in sport.
Researchers awarded almost £600k to boost diversity in engineering and physical sciences
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has awarded almost £600,000 to a consortium of universities and businesses in the north of England – including Northumbria University, Newcastle –to boost the reputation under-represented groups in engineering and physical sciences.
Tackling Gender Based Violence in Universities
The problem of gender-based violence at universities will be discussed by leading figures from across Higher Education at a joint symposium in Newcastle tomorrow.