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Review finds suicidal children are “at risk of being overlooked”

The needs of suicidal children are at risk of being overlooked due to gaps in policy and inconsistencies in how the issue is approached globally, according to experts.

Review finds suicidal children are “at risk of being overlooked”

New boxing archive has a nice ring to it

Scotland’s proud boxing history is to be preserved in a new archive - housed at the University of Stirling - following a funding award by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

New boxing archive has a nice ring to it

Multi-million pound award for domestic abuse research

Researchers have received a multi-million pound grant to investigate innovative interventions to support children and young people impacted by domestic abuse.

Multi-million pound award for domestic abuse research

Male dominance of discussions around steroid use may increase risk to women

Women who use steroids may be at “higher risk” because discussions around the issue are often dominated by men, new research has revealed.

Male dominance of discussions around steroid use may increase risk to women

Colonial settlers’ memories explored in new online course

The experiences of former European settlers of colonial Algeria will be the focus of a new online course launched by the University of Stirling.

Colonial settlers’ memories explored in new online course