LJMU marks Armistice Day 2022

Staff and students observed a two-minute silence across campus to mark Armistice Day.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Mark Power joined colleagues who gathered in-person for a moment of quiet reflection.

Led by LJMU’s Armed Forces working group members, policing lecturer Steve Jones and sport coaching lecturer Gus Ryrie, staff and students listened as the Act of Remembrance was recited ahead of the silence.

The Armed Forces Covenant

LJMU signed the Armed Forces Covenant last year and recently received a bronze award under the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).

It also has an established working group to organise activity and ensure the voice of the Armed Forces continues across LJMU.

Find out more about LJMU’s commitment to the Armed Forces community.


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