Subject Spotlight: Criminology – Tackling Environmental Crime
Event providers: The University of Manchester
This interactive workshop aims to introduce the next generation of environmentalists to green criminology and the concept of environmental harm. After defining ‘environmental crime’ and introducing a range of criminal and legal environmentally harmful activities, this workshop explores the main industries contributing to environmental harm. With an optimistic twist, this workshop ends by outlining various ways in which individuals can reduce environmental harm, inspiring young people to start thinking about sustainable lifestyle choices.
Booking a Subject Spotlight
The University of Manchester’s Subject Spotlight workshops are a range of higher education subject taster workshops presented by University of Manchester PhD students. These pre-recorded digital workshops provide learners with an in-depth insight into a subject which can be studied at university. When you book a Subject Spotlight workshop you will receive everything you need to deliver this workshop in your own classroom using minimal classroom resources. To support you in delivering this workshop, you will be sent a lesson plan and a pre-recorded video presentation with clear points of where to pause the video to allow learners to complete group tasks. When delivered in full these workshops will fill approximately one lesson (~45-60 mins).
- Pre-recorded video presented by a University of Manchester PhD student
- Lesson plan
- Learner evaluation forms
Pre-recorded workshop, Q&A - on request
Gatsby benchmark 7
RPF learner outcomes LO1 LO2 LO5
On the Booking Form, please select the date and time that you plan to undertake this workshop with your learners. We need this information to make arrangements for you to receive the digital workshop resources in time for your planned session. Please state in the 'Further Information' section whether you would like to book a live Q&A session, state your preferred date and time, and add any additional information that you think may help to organise the session.