The trial and sentencing of former Sunderland football player Adam Johnson at Bradford Crown Court – A student’s view

Posted by on Thursday, March 24, 2016

Adam Johnson has received a six year custodial sentence, as Judge Jonathan Rose explains: “Your standing and your offending are the only reason that this child has suffered abuse far beyond what would normally be expected in a case such as this. I am satisfied that the girl suffered serious psychological harm. The only reason… Read More »

Are Women Taking over the Court? I hope so!

Posted by on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

A few days ago the US Supreme Court heard arguments on the case Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt and I am excited about this. From reports it seems that the dynamics on the Supreme Court have changed significantly since Antonin Scalia’s death in February and that the three female judges on the bench gave the… Read More »

The push to unionise the sex industry

Posted by on Monday, March 7, 2016

I began studying the unionisation of sex workers in 2002 when the media in Britain was awash with stories about the formation of the London-based International Union of Sex Workers (IUSW). It turned out that the IUSW was not a (labour) union and wasn’t very international either. Both were aspirations that were not to be… Read More »

Who will benefit in the online shopping marketplace?

Posted by on Monday, February 15, 2016

The traditional independent grocery store may be almost consigned to history, but the notion of independent suppliers is kept alive in the virtual world. The established supermarkets that once brought us convenient one-stop shopping in the form of large out of town super stores now have to compete with a growing number of small, independent… Read More »

Circular economy is about growth, not guilt

Posted by on Monday, March 2, 2015

Ben Anderson, a designer from Louisiana, USA, has won a place on Bradford University School of Management’s pioneering Innovation and Enterprise for a Circular Economy MBA after winning through a contest at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Disruptive Innovation Festival. Here he shares his thoughts on the festival and the circular economy movement. I’m a product… Read More »

Who is a Corporate Responsibility Manager?

Posted by on Tuesday, January 13, 2015

In the final instalment of a series of blogs about an event at the University of Bradford School of Management that put sustainability in the workplace under the spotlight, Dr Anna Zueva-Owens reflects on the insights shared at the workshop. The PRME workshop on Working in the Context of Sustainability, Ethics and CSR brought together… Read More »

Sustainability is a growth industry

Posted by on Monday, December 22, 2014

At a recent event at the University of Bradford School of Management sustainability in the workplace was put under the spotlight, with delegates discussing what skills, attributes and characteristics people need for the future. In the second of a series of blogs about the event, student Sukhy Rai, who is studying MSc Applied Management and… Read More »

Corporate Social Responsibility benefits for business

Posted by on Thursday, December 11, 2014

The University of Bradford School of Management put sustainability in the workplace under the spotlight at a recent workshop and asked students, academics and professionals what skills, attributes and characteristics are needed for the future? In the second blog about the event, student Yuki Misaki, who is an MBA student, reports on the event. As… Read More »