School Organises Workshop Series on Re-thinking the Social Divisions of Welfare Implications for Intersectional Inequalities and Redistributive Justice
The School have organised a series of workshops, supported by the UK Social Policy Association, to bring together established academics, early career researchers and external stakeholders to explore the lasting and changing significance of Richard Titmuss’s work for understanding social divisions of welfare, social interdependency and intersectional inequality.
Postgraduate research students from the School of Sociology and Social Policy presented their research at the Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law (ESSL) Graduate School Conference.
Dr Andrea Hollomotz co-authors report examining sexual offending among people with learning disabilities and/or autism
Dr Andrea Hollomotz, Lecturer in Disability and Crime has co-authored a new report, which examines sexual offending among people with learning disabilities and/or autism.
- Regressive ‘Public’ Welfare: Implications for Intersecting Inequalities - 14 June 2018, 12:30 - 17:30 | Workshop
- Fundamentally Insecure: Surveillance, Encryption, and the Problem of Anonymity - 23 May 2018, 12:00 - 13:30 | Seminar
- Changing practices: lessons from a re-study of eating out in England - 2 May 2018, 12:00 - 13:30 | Seminar
- Why are people paying attention to Basic Income? - 25 April 2018, 12:00 - 13:30 | Seminar
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