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Attitudes to wealth taxes: more than half support 'mansion tax'

Attitudes to wealth taxes: more than half support 'mansion tax'
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The majority of people in the UK support the proposed 'mansion tax', according to research published by CHASM in January 2015.
Date:
11/02/2015

CREME: A Mini-Manifesto

CREME: A Mini-Manifesto
Description
Professor Monder Ram, Director of CREME, outlines the key priorities and objectives for the Centre in 2015.
Date:
09/02/2015
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Improving practice in safeguarding at the interface between hospital services and children's social care: a mixed-methods case study

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Professor Russell Mannion is a co-author of a new NIHR report exploring the interface between hospital services and children's social care. The study was led by Professor Sue White in School of Social Policy, Institute of Applied Social Studies.
Date:
27/02/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Whose health and social care? The future

Description
Moseley and Kings Heath Labour Party supported by Unite, the Union, brought together around 100 local people and community activists with a panel of experts, including HSMC's Professor Jon Glasby, to discuss what we should do next to improve our NHS, locally and nationally.
Date:
26/02/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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Focus on exams 'hinders development of character' in British school children

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Two new reports by the University of Birmingham's Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues have found that moral character is being squeezed out of children's education.
Date:
02/03/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Birmingham Research Fellowship 2015

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The Centre for Research in Race & Education (CRRE) is seeking to recruit an exceptional scholar as part of the Birmingham Fellowship programme 2015.
Date:
26/02/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences
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In death, Boris Nemtsov embodies the hope of a better Russia

In death, Boris Nemtsov embodies the hope of a better Russia
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Written by Dr Adrian Campbell. For Russia to make peace with its troubled post-Communist history, it needs a 1990s hero to remember. Boris Nemtsov could be just that.
Date:
02/03/2015
Categories:
International, Research, Social Sciences

Blog: The expansion of arms-length government is not necessarily at odds with democratic accountability

Blog: The expansion of arms-length government is not necessarily at odds with democratic accountability
Description
How democratic is arms-length government? Catherine Durose, Jonathan B. Justice and Chris Skelcher argue that those who consider it to be an undemocratic phenomenon over-simplify, and make the case for assessing the question in a more citizen and community focussed manner.
Date:
02/03/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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