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Generating new knowledge about society and transforming this in ways that improve wellbeing, is central to all work in this research-led College of Social Sciences. Striving to champion new policies and practices, generate considerable investment and maintain relevance to the current world.

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News from Business School

The Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship: 10 Years On

It's ten years since the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME), now operating at the heart of University of Birmingham's Business School, came into being.
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News from School of Social Policy

Debates in personalisation

This unique book, by HSMC's Jon Glasby and Catherine Needham, brings together, for the first time, advocates and critics of the personalisation agenda in English social care services to debate key issues relating to personalisation.
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News from School of Education

Paul Warmington invited to speak at Martin Luther King's alma mater

Paul Warmington to deliver a keynote speech at Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia - alma mater of Dr Martin Luther King.
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News from School of Government and Society

Podcast: "The Responsibility to Protect" and the Unreasonable Veto

The roots of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) are to be found in the international community's attempts to navigate a route through UN Security Council (UNSC) inaction in the face of mass human rights atrocities. The likelihood of such inaction is exacerbated by the ability of UNSC Permanent members to veto actions which they oppose, but given the level of human suffering which characterises such crises, should this right of veto, unfettered by the UN Charter, be subject to some degree of constraint? Issues relating to this question are considered in 'The Responsibility to Protect and the "Unreasonable" Veto'.
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