Academics from far and wide gathered to pay homage to an 'unsung classic' that was produced more than 15 years ago by group of Roehampton academics.

Business Management student Alexander Large and Drama, Theatre and Performance student Tiffany Birchard have been awarded iPads by the University for their participation in the National Student Survey.

 Dr Aisha Gill from the Department of Social Sciences attended a lunchtime reception hosted by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House on Tuesday 5th February 2013.

Deepak Tripathi, an Honorary Research Fellow in the Crucible Centre for Human Rights has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

The 2013 National Student Survey for final-year undergraduates is underway. Prizes are up for grab for those completing the survey, including vouchers and iPads.

Monday 10 December is International Human Rights day and for us will see the 4th Roehampton Human Rights Film Festival
The conference will promote academic research and establish a continuing forum for dialogue and collaboration between academics and religious communities on women’s religious authority and leadership.
Dr Gill is calling for a more proactive and joined up approach in the prevention of violence against women in South Asian communities.
Honorary Awards Roehampton’s Graduation Ceremonies are a fitting conclusion to the hard work of our students over the course of their studies and they also provide the perfect opportunity for the University to recognise excellence in areas that reflect its mission through the conferment of honorary degrees.

Using the latest in high-resolution graphics and iOS tablet technology, our new app essential Roehampton information in one easy-to-navigate package.

Students finishing the Erasmus Mundus Human Rights Practice programme presented on a diverse group of dissertation topics related to human rights from an international relations and globalisation, sociological and anthropological perspective.

This innovative volume conceptualizes issues of disability, hate crime and violence and connects empirical research with theoretical insights. Making links between criminal justice policy, social care and welfare, it highlights areas of best practice and makes suggestions for policy and legislative reform.

The consortium consists of fifteen universities from across the region and is funded through the EU Tempus Scheme which supports Education Reform. 

The event aimed to give Social Science students the opportunity to share their experiences of research and learning and to showcase their work.

“Catholics have a responsibility to make an informed contribution to the debate in a way which reflects the diversity of the Catholic tradition and the plurality of the Catholic community in this country, which includes many men and women living in committed, same-sex relationships.”

The report, The New Conservatives? Eastern and Central European voters and the London elections, reveals what these new migrants really think about coming to Britain and making new lives in London.

MA Human Rights and International Relations and Human Rights Practice students recently had the opportunity to hear from some of the most accomplished government human rights lawyers to learn how human rights filter through each stage of government policy-making.

Classical Civilisation student Tim Wisson and Psychology student Victoria Torren have been awarded iPads by the University for their participation in the National Student Survey.

Dr Gregory Kent recalled the harrowing petition to Saddam Hussein of the former POW and loyal Iraqi soldier Assi Mustafa Ahmad to a full audience at event organised by Kurdish Regional Government.

The public event was part of an exhibition on miracles and charms which offered a poignant insight into the tribulations of daily life and human responses to chance and suffering.