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    • The art of belonging 

      McIntyre, Joanna (The University of Nottingham, 2023-09-26)
      Recent unprecedented movement of migrants across Europe means that municipal leaders need to support young, often unaccompanied, involuntary migrants to adapt to their new cities. Young migrants find pathways to integration ...
    • Covid-19: The effects of isolation and social distancing on people with vision impairment 

      Rickly, Jillian; Halpern, Nigel; Hansen, Marcus; McCabe, Scott; Fellenor, John (The University of Nottingham, 2020-09-08)
      This report presents findings from research on the effects of Covid-19 on people with vision impairment, based on a survey of 937 respondents. The survey contained closed questions and open free text questions, both of ...
    • DRIVE Project interview data 

      Walton, Elizabeth (The University of Nottingham, 2022-12-31)
      These are the redacted transcriptions of interviews held with disabled refugee students and their families, education officials and NGO workers in South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
    • Knowledge and attitudes about conduct disorder of professionals working with young people 

      Pinchess, Chloe (The University of Nottingham, 2023-08-30)
      The deposited Excel file contains responses from professionals working with young people with conduct disorders.
    • Woodhill, a short film 

      LUNG Theatre; Matt, Woodhead; Janet, Farrar; Philippa, Tomczak; Gill, Buck (University of Nottingham, 2072-12-31)
      This short film features Janet Farrar, a bereaved mother whose son Stephen died by suicide in HMP Woodhill in 2013. The words and experiences are Janet’s. Professional writers, choreographers and musicians have added ...