Deirdre Harrington (School of Psychological Sciences & Health) will welcome colleagues from the Amsterdam University Medical Centres (UMC) to the University in May to further collaborate on the development of a core outcome set for school-based childhood obesity prevention trials.
Children feel that justice should create an opportunity to learn from mistakes, get access to support, and lead to everyone having a second chance, according to new creative research by the Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ).
Lord Ricketts and Sir David Omand have recently delivered two practitioner masterclasses to students on the MSc Diplomacy and International Security focusing on the situation in Ukraine and the wider international repercussions.
The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has conducted research with school children on their views about Restorative Justice in Scotland, and shared findings in a new report published today.
The Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (CSHHH) Glasgow invites applications for funded studentships on its MSc in Health History programme. This is the outcome of an investment by the Wellcome Trust through its Master's Programme Awards in Humanities and Social Science scheme and additional funding committed by the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University.
The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has published a report commissioned by Glasgow City Council (GCC) to help better understand the shift to digital criminal justice social work provision in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
SCILT, Scotland’s National Centre for Languages, is delighted to support Languages Week Scotland 2022. A week of events and activities taking place across the country from 31 January - 4 February, Languages Week Scotland will showcase the wide range of languages used and learned in Scotland.
In 2011 researchers from the School of Education invited alumni to participate in a volunteer mentoring scheme to work with young people attending schools with low progression rates to Higher Education. Over the last 10 years, the programme has enjoyed an amazing response from people interested in volunteering with us.
Dr Cara Jardine from the School of Social Work & Social Policy has appeared on the Just Humans podcast, hosted by Dr Alistair Fraser, to promote her latest book, "Families, Imprisonment, and Legitimacy: The Cost of Custodial Penalties".
For World Children's Day, the Children and Young People's Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has launched a new initiative that will support the design of rights-based services for and with children and young people on the cusp of or in conflict with the law.
Fiona Dyer has been announced as the new Director of the Children and Young People's Centre for Justice (CYCJ).
As Director, Fiona will lead the national centre towards its ambition of ensuring that Scotland's approach to children and young people in conflict with the law is rights-respecting, contributing to better outcomes for children, young people and communities.
Ahead of COP26, the Physical Activity for Health group reflect on how their research, knowledge exchange, capacity building, and technology transfer activities support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Dr Patrick Bayer, Senior Lecturer in the School of Government and Public Policy has been awarded a major half a million pounds ESRC grant to study the "Politics of Science in International Climate Cooperation".
Commissioned by the Judicial Council of the Republic of Ireland, Prof Cyrus Tata will lead an international team of experts to examine the quality of available data about sentencing practices in Ireland and around the world.
We recently caught up with David Kothamasi who has just joined the School of Law as a Marie Curie Research Fellow and is currently working on a project on Microbial Commons. We found out more about David's research interests and what trends he sees influencing the field he is working in.
The level of exposure to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) experienced by children in Scotland’s secure care estate has increased, according to the second secure care census undertaken by the Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ).
Dr Joanne Cleland, Senior Lecturer in Psychological Sciences and Health is part of a team of Scottish researchers awarded an ESRC grant to develop a Speech Therapy Animation and Imagining Resource (STAR).
In this exclusive guest blog for CYCJ, Fiona Duncan (Chair of The Promise Scotland) reflects on Scotland’s care review journey so far, the thousands of voices that shaped this and the change that is happening to make sure The Promise to our care community is kept.
Youth Just Us – the dynamic steering group behind the Youth Justice Voices participation project that is creatively influencing change in Scotland’s care and justice systems – are celebrating their two year anniversary with the launch of a new logo. Here Ruth Kerracher, who’s led the project from inception to success, tells us why she’s so proud to be a part of it.
To raise awareness of Restorative Justice (RJ) in a Scottish context, the Children and Young People's Centre for Justice (CYCJ) and Community Justice Scotland have created a short animation on behalf of the Scottish Government.
SNZI will bring together academic and industrial partners, including the University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Energy Policy (CEP), to develop a major package of work designed to progress a national low carbon infrastructure to support the transition of the Scottish and wider UK economies to net zero targets.
A top criminal defence lawyer and an academic on the criminology and criminal justice degree at the University of the West of Scotland are to become Associates of the Children and Young People's Centre for Justice (CYCJ).
CELCIS, the Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection, have published a new Inform Briefing that highlights the impact COVID-19 has had on care leavers in Scotland and their access to the digital world.
After the success of our previous webinar series, we are excited to announce our next one for February and March 2021. This series will look at the contribution of Universities to the SDGs in the post-COVID era, hosted by Strathclyde and our global partners.
Dr Nicola Cogan and Dr Liza Morton from the School of Psychological Sciences & Health, with support from Hilary Harrison-Millan, former Strathclyde student, have developed and facilitated the 'Introduction to trauma and PTSD' training.