Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Sustaining Peace
Developing New Insights into Peacebuilding - Dr Amanda Cahill-Ripley
Shared decision-making between vets and pet owners when deciding about pet healthcare - Carol Gray
Liverpool Law Clinic's work on assisting people who are stateless or at risk of statelessness - Johanna Bezzano and Judith Carter
EU Settlement Scheme: Information for EU/EEA citizen children
If you want to stay in the UK, and you are from one of the European countries listed on this page, you must apply to the EU Settlement Scheme by 30 June 2021. Find helpful information and a list of FAQs.
'Lives on Hold: Our Stories Told' - The Legal and Social Impacts of Covid-19 on Young Unaccompanied Asylum-Seekers in England.
This interdisciplinary research will be able to provide the first detailed study of the effects of the legal and welfare effects of Covid-19 on unaccompanied asylum seekers aged 16 – 25.
An Uphill Struggle: Securing Legal Status for Victims and Survivors of Trafficking
Dr Samantha Currie, Senior Lecturer at Liverpool Law School, and Johanna Bezzano, In-house Solicitor and Lecturer at Liverpool Law Clinic, have published a research report which examines the impact of legal representation on victims and survivors of trafficking.
When pandemic and everyday ethics collide: supporting ethical decision-making in maternity care and paediatrics during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pets in Care Homes
Investigating the implications of separating older people from companion animals when they move to a residential care home or other care setting.
Donor Conception in the Age of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing. A UKRI-funded collaboration between researchers at five universities.