Apologies but these sessions have been cancelled. Hate Crime Awareness Week 13-20 October 2018

5 Oct

    Sheffield Hallam University and Hallam Students’ Union are hosting a series of awareness sessions for National Hate Crime Awareness Week 13-20 October 2018 Hate crimes and incidents are underreported; however, they can have a number of negative and lasting effects on their victims. The aims of these sessions are to raise the awareness […]

Sheffield Hallam hosts a photo exhibition celebrating our LGBT+ individuals and communities

24 Apr

Sheffield Hallam University/Sheffield Institute of Arts and SIGNAL, Sheffield Hallam’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans + staff network are delighted to be hosting Tom Dingley’s OUTCOME exhibition for the first two weeks of May in the run up to IDAHOBIT. The exhibition opens on 3 May in the Cantor Building Atrium with an official launch and […]

Celebrating Black History Month 2016

10 Oct

  We’re proud to announce the third of our film nights in our Equality in Motion series to support Sheffield Hallam’s commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. On Wednesday 26 October we’ll be hosting a special screening of the film Concussion as part of our Black History Month celebrations. Starring Will Smith, the film is […]

Unconscious bias: what is it and who is responsible?

17 May

[Opinions are my own and not associated with the university]. ————————————————————————– Last week a Sheffield Hallam University study has found that obese men and women are less likely to be employed because of their weight. “Each of the employers who took part in the study were given identical, hypothetical CVs with accompanying photographs depicting fat […]

Public relations has a problem with gender: SHU lecturer’s research

11 May

“The numbers tell the story. Entry level roles in public relations in the UK are dominated by women. In management roles the situation is reversed. Women account for 70 per cent of the workforce in public relations according to the Holmes Report and yet account for only 30 per cent of the top jobs. The salary gap between […]