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Ep.19 - Anti-Bullying Week 2023: Banter and belonging – when does banter cross the line?
Anti-Bullying Week will be taking place across the UK from 13th – 17th November. Organised by the UK Anti-Bullying Alliance, hundreds of events, workshops and resources will be made available to the public to help people recognise and respond to bullying, whatever the situation.
In the latest episode of the Re:search Re:imagined podcast, we’re joined by Loren Abell and Sarah Buglass, from NTU Psychology, part of the university’s School of Social Sciences, who explore why banter can sometimes feel us more isolated than included.
Ep.18 - Anti-Bullying Week 2023 – Banter vs Bullying: influencing classroom culture (Teacher’s special)
The formative years of childhood and adolescence can shape an individual’s development and those who face bullying during this period often face emotional and mental health challenges that continue into adult life.
By recognising and addressing bullying within schools, teachers can dramatically reduce the longer-term impact for young people who are targeted. But what should teachers do when bullying is disguised as banter? When and how should teachers get involved?
Ep.17 - Preserving our legacy: Black History beyond October
In the UK, Black History Month takes place throughout the month of October, giving everyone the opportunity to share, celebrate and understand the impact of black heritage and culture.
As Black History Month draws to a close, we invited Panya Banjoko and Professor Sharon Monteith from Nottingham Trent University’s School of Arts and Humanities onto the Re:search Re:imagined podcast to reflect on the significance of Black History Month and their research into black legacy and heritage.
Their remarkable efforts include revealing untold narratives of Black Activism, both in the United States and closer to home in Nottingham. By bringing to light heroic stories of lecturers, poets, and orators, Panya and Sharon are working to preserve their histories and inspire the next generation.
Ep.16 - A false start? Uncovering the forgotten history of women's American Football
In a world where American Football has long been thought of as a male-dominated arena, a revolution is underway. Over the past century, women have been quietly making their mark: challenging norms, breaking barriers and transforming the sport.
Ep.15 - Freedom to Protest vs Freedom from Disruption: Do the latest legal changes strike the right balance?
In this episode of the Re:search Re:imagined podcast, we ask Nottingham Law School Professor Tom Lewis for his take on the Public Order Act and the implications for protesters.
Ep.14 - A level playing field? A new era for women’s sport
We’re at a pinnacle moment for women’s sport. FIFA say this year’s world cup will be the largest standalone women’s sporting event in the world, with millions of fans set to tune in throughout the tournament. Of course, this is promising to report, but how level is the playing field for women and girls in sport, compared to the men’s games?