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Understanding Islamophobia: From Pavement to Parliament

Description
Over the two days of this exhibition, the School of Social Policy's Chris Allen will be highlighting how his research into Islamophobia since 2001 has helped to raise awareness of the experiences of those who become victims of street-level anti-Muslim late, and helped influence political thinking about how best to tackle this unwanted contemporary discrimination.
Date:
09 September 2014

Chris Allen appears on Radio WM Breakfast Show

Description
Listen to the recording of Chris Allen's appearance on BBC Radio WM's Breakfast Show hosted by Pete Morgan where he discussed the ongoing shadow cast by the allegations made as part of Operation Trojan Horse.
Date:
08 September 2014

IRiS to host workshop on poverty among refugees and migrants

Description
All are welcome at a workshop hosted by the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) on causes, experiences and responses to poverty among migrants and refugees.
Date:
08 September 2014

IRiS to host event on examining diet and physical activity behaviours amongst older adults through the lens of superdiversity

Description
All are welcome at this Free workshop "Examining diet and physical activity behaviours amongst older adults through the lens of superdiversity" which is being hosted by IRiS.
Date:
04 September 2014

Grassroots civil society at crossroads

Description
A new paper co-written by Jenny Phillimore with IRiS and TSRC colleagues, explores how very small scale 'grassroots', that is self-organised civil society action, including that undertaken by minority and new migrant groups, contributes to society at local level.
Date:
03 September 2014

'Community research within a social constructionist epistemology' : New article from IRiS

Description
A new article by Jenny Phillimore, co-written with colleagues at the University of Victoria, Melbourne, explores the way that a social constructionist framework can lend itself to undertaking policy relevant research.
Date:
03 September 2014
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'Poor wretched Outcast! I will weep for thee': Reflections upon funeral costs, state support and responsibilisation

Date
20 January 2015 (12:30-13:15)
Location:
Room 111 Birmingham Business School
Description
All are welcome at this seminar hosted by CHASM to reflect on funeral costs, state support and responsibilisation.
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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