THEEEE most fabulous present!! Thank you! @carocsound @DDDay2016 #DeliaDerbyshire #WomenInMusic #ElectronicMusic
The project is being led by Prof Paul Coulthard – Chief Investigator – and PhD researcher Mrs Omolade Femi-Ajao is the Study Manager.
Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) is a serious problem affecting men and women, with two women likely to be killed per week in England and Wales by a previous or current male partner. Although healthcare professionals are in a position to identify and referral victims for appropriate support, it has been suggested that dentists and dental care professionals (DCPs) in the UK are not actively involved in this process. This may be due to a lot of reasons such as lack of awareness of best practices for responding. Hence, we seek to address the unmet need of dentists and DCPs not appropriately supporting women experience domestic violence and abuse.
Work on this project begins in April 2016.
A NEW research centre named in honour of Sylvia Pankhurst was launched on International Women’s Day.
The Sylvia Pankhurst Gender Research Centre provides a home for the “remarkable number” of researchers from across the University who are involved in gender research.
— Jean-Noel Ezingeard (@JNoel_Ezingeard) March 8, 2016
— Julia Clarke (@profjuliaclarke) March 6, 2016
Sylvia, a daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst, was the most imprisoned suffragette and also one of Manchester Met’s alumni, having been a prize-winning student in the Manchester School of Art at the beginning of the 20th Century.
Dr Kate Cook enthralled the audience with a biographic view of Sylvia’s life which – as well as women’s suffrage – included activism in support of…
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This event is part of Wonder Women 2016, Manchester’s annual feminist festival, running 3-13 March 2016. Visit creativetourist.com/wonderwomen