Professor Rosa Freedman, at the School of Law, has been recognised by the University’s Research and Engagement Impact Awards for her work in safeguarding children from sexual exploitation and abuse in conflict and crisis zones. Developing robust guidelines alongside the specialist organisation Keeping Children Safe, Dr Freedman’s work has shaped the way peacekeeping forces are recruited and trained and help ensure international standards for child safeguarding are applied worldwide.
Twelve outstanding projects were shortlisted this year and from these four winners were announced on 25 June 2019.
Professor Christopher Newdick at the School of Law also made the shortlist for his research work on Priority Setting in the NHS.
For more information on the awards, click here.
Read about Professor Rosa’s project here.