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Research with marginalised communities, the practical impact (Social Justic...
Tue 4 April 2017, 13:00 – 16:00 BST
Research with marginalised communities, the practical impact (Social Justice Week 2017)
Date: Tuesday 4 April 2017
Time: 1.00 PM to 4.00 PM
Venue: The Mews, Room N101 Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield, S10 2BP
The Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, PhD students present...
A workshop run by PhD students who are conducting research with 'marginalised' community members, presented to members of the community who work in supportive organisations and those who are/have been marginalised/been through marginalising experiences themselves.
The first section of the workshop will be made up of presentations by lecturers from Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) Jamie Irving (Lecturer in Criminology) and Jaime Waters (Senior Lecturer in Criminology) introducing research with marginalised communities.
The second section will include a guest speaker, Keiran Lynch (Criminal Justice Programme Public Health England), who will discuss an example of research conducted with prison communities and Anna Kawalek (PhD student at SHU), who will discuss research with the Law clinic at SHU. There will then be an interactive exercise allowing for feedback from the audience on methods of data collection with marginalised communities, hopes for the future, and the accessibility of research.
The third section will comprise of PhD students presenting current research with marginalised communities; keeping people up to date with the research currently being conducted at SHU.