Wed Sep 17 15:45:18 BST 2014
Migrants' Rights Network
Migrants' Rights Network is a national NGO working and campaigning in support of migrants in the UK. The University of Manchester, in partnership with the Migrants? Rights Network (MRN) is investigating the routes to migrants becoming undocumented and suggested policy reform to address the challenges in the current immigration system. By sharing key policy recommendations with policy makers and developing a policy briefing, the University is contributing to national policy debate on undocumented migrants both in Greater Manchester and across the UK.
Thu May 23 11:31:43 BST 2013
Christie Championships 2013
In April 2013 more than 1200 students from the Universities of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool took part in the 127th Christie Championships. More than 130 fixtures were played and once again Manchester dominated the event with a clear win over their rivals in the ultimate battle of the North.
Wed May 08 10:26:53 BST 2013
2nd year Social Anthropology
01.05.2013 Second year Social Anthropology modules at the University of Manchester Information for students enrolled on the BASS and BAEcon degrees, or those wishing to take an anthropology module as a free choice Madeleine Reeves Angela Torresan Lynn Dignan
Mon Mar 11 11:23:24 GMT 2013
Sensible H&S Management
(1) As part of the activities for Wellbeing Week, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, President and Vice-Chancellor of The University of Manchester, talks about the importance of sensible health & safety management at the University, and the role that it plays with regards to ensuring the health and safety of our staff and students.
Mon Mar 11 11:16:32 GMT 2013
Sensible H & S Management
As part of the activities for Wellbeing Week Professor Ian Cotton, Professor of High Voltage Technology, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering talks about his area of research, and what sensible health & safety management means to him in practice.
Wed Jul 27 12:40:09 BST 2011
Increasingly, both public and private organisations are attempting to accommodate religious diversity via the provision of multi-faith spaces (MFS). Some are small and mono-functional (located in airports, universities, hospitals, shopping malls, etc); others take the form of dedicated buildings or complexes, where different religions inhabit and utilise their own sacred space(s), whilst sharing collective ?secular? facilities.
Tue Mar 08 10:24:26 GMT 2011
Meet the Flint Knappers
Val and John Lord demonstrate and teach prehistoric tool making skills throughout the country. This workshop was held recently for archaeology students at the University of Manchester campus. For more information about their work please visit flintknapping.co.uk/?