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How breaking up RBS would help re-balance the UK economy

How breaking up RBS would help re-balance the UK economy

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Lindsey Appleyard, Research Fellow for the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM), writes for 'The Conversation'.
Date:
Monday 9th March 2015
The benefits cap doesn't work: here's why

The benefits cap doesn't work: here's why

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Director of the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM), Professor Karen Rowlingson, writes for the Conversation.
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Tuesday 3rd February 2015
Neglecting neuroscience has criminal consequences for youth

Neglecting neuroscience has criminal consequences for youth

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Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Policy, and Visiting Fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne Nathan Hughes, writes for 'The Conversation'
Date:
Wednesday 7th January 2015
Australia tweeted #illridewithyou - and showed great solidarity in moment of crisis

Australia tweeted #illridewithyou - and showed great solidarity in moment of crisis

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Social Policy's Dr Chris Allen writes for The Conversation, following the hostage taking in Sydney, when thousands of ordinary Australians turned to social media to spread a message of unprecedented tolerance and solidarity.
Date:
Tuesday 16th December 2014
The poppy hijab is just Islamophobia with a floral motif

The poppy hijab is just Islamophobia with a floral motif

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For some time, my research has shown that Muslim women who wear the hijab or other types of Muslim attire are the most likely to become victims of street-level Islamophobia. The explanation is simple: those wearing the hijab are easily recognisable as being Muslim. For perpetrators, the hijab is also seen to symbolise Islam, or more appropriately, all that they perceive to be wrong or problematic about Islam.
Date:
Wednesday 5th November 2014
Opting out of Mediterranean rescue condemns desperate migrants to death

Opting out of Mediterranean rescue condemns desperate migrants to death

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The UK government is seeking to defend its decision not to support rescue missions for migrants making the dangerous crossing to Europe via the central Mediterranean - Dr Nando Sigona writes in 'The Conversation'.
Date:
Wednesday 29th October 2014
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Chris Allen presenting at the 'Faith in the City' event Professor Jon Glasby

Jenny PhillimoreKaren Rowlingson

Surinder Guru, Lecturer in Social Work Dr Nando SigonaSue White  Nathan Hughes 

Lindsey Appleyard, Research Fellow, Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM)