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Lindsay Wilkinson takes viewers on a virtual walking tour, telling the tale of nineteenth-century convict, Mary Smith.
We talk to Dr Robert Hesketh from the School of Justice Studies about his research into drug dealing as a substitute for...
Joshua Marriott has come up with a solution to deal with returns to the high street that benefits both the consumer and retailer.
Members of the LJMU community are actively engaged in the fight for racial equality.
We caught up with Joasia Krysa from Liverpool School of Art and Design to discuss the importance of International Women's...
We caught up with Alison Cotgrave to discuss the importance of getting more women into the built environment sector.
Claire Hannibal spoke to us about the love she has for her job and the importance of supporting and empowering women.
Catherine Cole is a Professor in Creative Writing. We find out about her career and how she is doing her part to empower...
Zoe spoke to us about wanting to get more girls interested in STEM subjects and why International Women’s Day is important...
LJMU lecturer Tori Sprung mentors for The Girls’ Network, an organisation that aims to empower girls from disadvantaged communities.