Thanks to a charitable donation we are able to offer this Scholarship to one student on either the LLM Gender, Conflict and Human Rights or the LLM Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice at the University, entering the programme in September 2019.
The BSc (Hons) Psychological Trauma Studies degree programme can be completed over four academic years as a part-time course of study. The programme is managed collaboratively by the School of Nursing and Midwifery and WAVE Trauma Centre.
Joint Committee calls for expressions of interest into EU citizenship research
Joint Committee of NI Human Rights Commission and the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Call for expressions of interest for research in the area of continuing EU citizenship rights, opportunities and benefits in Northern Ireland after Brexit.
TENDER OPPORTUNITY - TRAINING MARKET NEEDS ANALYSIS
An online Postgraduate Diploma in Trauma Studies (PGDip) has been developed in partnership between both the Adult Education Centre (ACE) and the Department of Sociology at University College Cork, Ireland and WAVE Trauma Centre, Belfast.
A Brilliant Opportunity: Empowering-Communities Case Management Solutions and Referral systems - One to One consultation
Contact us to arrange a no obligation chat about our secure, cloud based case-management systems. Explore the opportunity to try out or develop bespoke systems to foster collaboration and further the capabilities of you, your organisation and partners.
Health Promotion and Public Health (PGCert/PGDip/MSc), Ulster University
This intellectually stimulating course is a great opportunity for individuals who are contemplating a career within the field of health promotion and public health. It is open to a wide range of professionals, including those from the VCSE sector.
Interested in sharing your skills & supporting a community sports club? Volunteer with Sported!
Sported is a leading ‘Sport for Development’ charity, helping to transform the lives of disadvantaged young people across the UK. We pair volunteers with business skills, with community clubs to support them in becoming more effective and sustainable.
The Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP supports communities and community pharmacists to work in partnership to address locally defined needs so that people work together to address the social determinants of health and health inequalities.