Innocence Project: Appeal of Simon Hall to begin on the 7th December7 December 2010Simon Hall, convicted of the murder of 79 year old Joan Albert in February 2003, had his case referred back to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) by the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) in October 2009 following a series of submissions by the University of Bristol Innocence Project (UoBIP)
Claims of Innocence26 November 2010An introduction to wrongful convictions and how they might be challenged is the focus of a new book launched by the University of Bristol
Research grant success! Return migration project21 September 2010Professor Paul Statham and Dr Marta Bolognani, in conjunction with the Peace Research Institute, Oslo are taking part in the Possibilities and Realities of Return Migration (PREMIG) Project
New publication for Professor Tariq Modood16 September 2010Still Not Easy Being British: Struggles for a Multicultural Citizenship by Tariq Modood is published by Trentham Press this month. Professor Modood is Director of the University of Bristol's Centre for Ethnicity and Citizenship.
Multiculturalism more necessary than ever16 September 2010In his latest book, Still not easy being British: Struggles for a multicultural citizenship, Prof Modood shows that the issues of multiculturalism need to be addressed with increasing urgency as Britain and Europe become more multi-ethnic and multi-faith by the day.
Studying family life behind closed doors4 August 2010Dr Will Atkinson is a man on a mission to paint a revolutionary picture of Bristol, but you won't find a brush or artist's palette in his office. His "portrait" won't feature the city's buildings and bridges, but will rather be an observation of the intricacies of Bristolians' day-to-day existence.