Today, Monday 20 October, sees the launch of a new report into how different countries tackle child abuse, in particular sexual exploitation, and how the UK can benefit from this learning.
‘Living on a railway line. Turning the tide of child abuse and exploitation in the UK and overseas: international lessons and evidence-based recommendations’ is a work by The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust’s Professor Andrew Rowland, in association with The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust and University of Salford.
Visitors to the free Salford Science weekender on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 October are invited to take part in an interactive artwork to illustrate the spread of infectious diseases, as part of Manchester Science Festival.
University of Salford, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 October, drop-in between 10:00am - 4:00pm
Peter Fincham, ITV’s Director of Television, will join Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP and Ed Vaizey MP on the bill of keynote speakers at this year’s Nations & Regions Media Conference, part of Salford International Media Festival, organised and hosted by the University of Salford at MediaCityUK this November.
Rt Hon Alan Milburn, Chair of the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, called on government, employers and educators to do more to address Britain’s poor record on social mobility in the first of this year’s Salford Lecture Series, hosted by the University of Salford at its MediaCityUK campus yesterday evening (Monday 22 September).
St George’s Park chairman David Sheepshanks believes England’s men’s senior team will become increasingly successful and realistically will reach a World Cup or European Championships final during the 2020s, as a result of the FA’s long-term commitment to coaching excellence.
Salford Business School has been shortlisted for Times Higher Education’s Business School of the Year award in recognition of its sector-leading work in creating a global innovation eco-system that accelerates its graduates’, entrepreneurs’ and business partners’ success.
The Class of ’92 and the University of Salford have agreed a partnership which will see students and academics heavily involved in the development of Salford City FC, the Old Trafford Supporters’ Club and Hotel Football.