Maxwell McLean, is the Ex-Head of West Yorkshire Police CID and Homicide Team and an Affiliate of the Secure Societies Institute, part of the Applied Criminology Centre, here at the University of Huddersfield. In an article published on The Conversation, he talks about why so many unnatural deaths are not investigated by coroners and if this wasn’t the case, surely one
Fiona Hesselden, Matt Snell, Professor Adrian Wood, Dr Julia Meaton, in the Centre for Sustainable and Resilient Communities at The Business School comment on the BBC News article which talks about a recent report that suggests the Paris Climate Agreement could displace millions of forest dwellers Keeping people in forests are the way to maintain the
Dr Kate Smith is a Research Fellow: Children and family wellbeing (asylum and migration) within the School of Human and Health Sciences. Here, in an article published on The Conversation, she discusses the way in which asylum seekers, awaiting a decision on their claim for protection, are being put at risk by a system which is
Dr Qing Shan Ding, is a Senior Lecturer in Strategy, Marketing and Economics. Here, in an article published on The Conversation,Dr Ding talks about one of the biggest annual celebrations in the world and how the spending goes from one extreme to the other with regards to Chinese society.
Dr Farideh Javid, is a Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology. Here, in an article published on The Conversation she talks about why some people experience motion sickness while others don’t in light of the news that the new Top Gear presenters, Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans, have been known to suffer from the condition and offers several remedies on how to beat it.