Sheffield Hallam University's Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice (HKC) has been accepted as a member of the prestigious Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI).
The Sheffield City Region Chambers bought together businesses from across the region on Friday 5 May to discuss the results of the Q1 Quarterly Economic Survey and the implications of the Government's proposed Industrial Strategy for their company.
Commenting on the trade statistics for March 2017, released today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The sharp deterioration in the UK's net trade position means that trade is likely to have been a drag on UK growth in the first quarter of the year, following a strong performance in the previous quarter.
More than 50 academics to appear in pubs and cafes across the city, as the world's largest festival of public science talks arrives in Sheffield (15-17 May 2017) Scientists from the University of Sheffield will be talking about their work and answering pubgoers' questions in venues across the city centre as part of a festival being held this month.
Sheffield Housing Company (SHC) continues to support the 'Made in Sheffield' initiative by offering student ambassadors, aged 13-16, a rich range of experiences both in school and in the workplace.
A host of new shows have been added to the Lyceum Theatre's line-up, including master illusionist Derren Brown, a stage adaptation of best-selling novel The Kite Runner, and looking ahead to 2018, the return of everyone's favourite ogre in Shrek The Musical.
An innovative new accelerated degree that builds a placement into a three-year course is set to launch at Sheffield Hallam University.