Trauma-focused therapy may hold key to reducing women’s offending

Women prisoners might benefit from female-specific treatment that addresses the traumas common among women. A new report, launched at the Houses of Parliament today, analyses the benefits of the Healing Trauma intervention programme…

Building the transport systems of the future

The University of Portsmouth is launching a new initiative to build the smart, fast, sustainable and efficient transport systems of the future. The Intelligent Transport Research Cluster brings together academics from across the…

Researcher helps women to rise

A British expert in helping women globally to reach the top in the workforce is to lead the first session of an international women in leadership conference in the US. Dr Liza Howe-Walsh,…

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Students showcase their creative talents at annual Graduate Show

The creative talents of students from the University of Portsmouth will be on show at its annual Graduate Show 2019 from Friday (7 June). The Graduate Show, hosted by the University’s Faculty of…

A car-free vision for Portsmouth

A car-free vision for the City is being presented at the University of Portsmouth tomorrow (6 June). ‘Traffic Removal for Transforming City Centres’ is a joint event between the University and Traffic Removal…

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Dark holiday: D-Day and the growth of ‘grief tourism’

As Britain prepares for the 75th anniversary of D-Day on June 6, visitors will be travelling in huge numbers to pay their respects at the Normandy beach landing sites. Back in England, Portsmouth…

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Chinese students and workers are uniting again, 30 years after Tiananmen Square crackdown

“We will fight together, advance and retreat together,” concluded Qiu Zhanxuan in a video his comrades released on May 4, 2019. Qiu was the former leader of a Marxist student association at the…

How Muslim leaders can respond in an age of extremism

Newspaper headlines the day after the 2017 terrorist attack in Westminster, London in which Khalid Masood killed at least three people. Shutterstock Hamid Foroughi, University of Portsmouth and Harry Hutson, University of North…

Global experts to discuss financial crime and fraud

The University of Portsmouth is uniquely placed to run this conference. The Centre for Counter Fraud studies is the only one of its type in Europe and we have one of the few programmes in forensic accounting in Europe.

Students perform UK premiere of new play on historic warship

The HMS M.33, an historic WWI-era warship now homed at the National Museum of the Royal Navy’s Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth, has been witness to numerous important moments in history, most notably the…

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