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Convivial conservation podcast: Kate Massarella, Judith Krauss, Wilhelm Kiwango, Rob Fletcher (Episode 6, Conviva special section)

The sixth episode of the convivial conservation podcast is all about the special section 'Exploring convivial conservation in theory and practice' in the journal Conservation & Society,…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Alex McInturff, Pete Alagona (Episode 5)

In the fifth episode of the convivial conservation podcast, Dr Alex McInturff, now working for USGS and the University of Washington, and Prof Pete Alagona, faculty member from the University of…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Mathew Bukhi Mabele, Wilhelm Kiwango, Dan Brockington (Episode 4)

In the fourth episode of the convivial conservation podcast, Dr Wilhelm Kiwango and Dr Mathew Bukhi Mabele, the Tanzanian team of the CONVIVA – convivial conservation research project, share…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Sanna Komi, Anja Nygren (Episode 3)

In the third episode of the convivial conservation podcast, Sanna Komi, PhD researcher, and Prof Anja Nygren, the Finnish team of the CONVIVA – convivial conservation research project, share…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Laila Sandroni (Episode 2)

The second episode of the convivial conservation podcast is a conversation between Dr Laila Thomaz Sandroni, University of São Paulo (BR), post-doctoral fellow on the Brazilian team of the…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Bram Büscher (Episode 1)

The first episode of the convivial conservation podcast, recorded on 19 November 2019, is a conversation between Prof Bram Büscher, University of Wageningen (NL), co-leader of the CONVIVA…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Dr Liz Such - A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?

A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?PresenterDr Liz SuchNIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research FellowAbstractModern slavery is a serious…

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Lord Burnett of Maldon, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales: Rethinking our thinking - 21st century justice. Tuesday 5 March 2019.

We were delighted to welcome Lord Burnett of Maldon, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales to the University on Tuesday 5 March. The Lord Chief Justice’s lecture on ‘Rethinking our…

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South Yorkshire Probation Service

We speak to three probation officers from the South Yorkshire Probation Service about the realities of their job and how they assist ex-offenders in desisting from crime.

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Inside Lombroso's Museum (extended edit)

Dr Matthew Bacon is taken on a tour of the Cesare Lombroso Museum of Criminal Anthropology at the University of Turin, Italy. This video is an extended edit of the original video from the free online…

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Silvano Montaldo, Director of Museo di Antropologia Criminale Cesare Lombroso - Università di Torino

An interview with Silvano Montaldo, director of the controversial Lombroso Museum of Criminal Anthropology at the University of Turin, Italy. Part of the course 'Crime, Justice and Society'…

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Introduction to Dr Layla Skinns

Dr Layla Skinns outlines her contribution to the free, open online course 'Crime, Justice and Society' from the University of Sheffield. futurelearn.com/courses/crime-justice-society/

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Jogging with Jody

One of the ways that the criminal justice system has been found to be most effective in helping people to stop offending is through mentoring. ‘Jogging with Jody’ is a short documentary…

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Making Space for Desistance

Although the term desistance implies leaving something behind, research has shown that desistance from crime is actually about moving towards something; about becoming something else. The criminal…

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Female Desistance: Interview with Carlotta Allum-Goulden

Carlotta was arrested and imprisoned in the United States of America. She now works with offenders and ex-offenders to change their lives through art and cultural interventions. In this video,…

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Dr Andreas Aresti: The Factors Involved in My Desistance

In this video, Dr Andreas Aresti draws on his own experience of leaving prison to explain how desistance from crime is a complex process made up of many different factors.

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