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Legal rights & responsibilities

A ‘moral victory’ or ‘absolutely appalling’? Colston, protest and the law

Expert-led webinar- A ‘moral victory’ or ‘absolutely appalling’? Colston, protest and the law

03 March 2022

This webinar was delivered by Richard Glover and explores what is the law on protest and how we can teach about it. This session examines the law that applied to the Colston Four case and some of the wider protest law issues.

LGBT Laws and Hate Crime with the University of Law

Expert-led webinar- LGBT Laws and hate crime with the University of Law

02 February 2022

This webinar was delivered by the University of Law Pro Bono team and Bar Practice course students. The session focuses on developing teacher knowledge of the law in relation to LGBT rights and hate crime.

'A teaching framework for exploring and understanding criminal sentencing in England and Wales' published by Sentencing Council for England and Wales

A teaching framework for exploring and understanding criminal sentencing in England and Wales published by Sentencing Council for England and Wales has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

 

'Magna Carta' published by the British Library

'Magna Carta' published by the British Library has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

'The Rule of Law for Key Stage 3 Citizenship Education' published by Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law

'The Rule of Law for Key Stage 3 Citizenship Education' published by Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

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