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Mini chance to make a massive difference

Mini chance to make a massive difference
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You can make a difference to your University in the time it takes to make a cup of tea. We have just launched a whole range of opportunities for alumni to support Birmingham – all possible in just ten minutes or less.
Date:
28/04/2015
Categories:
Alumni

An online degree to take you further

An online degree to take you further
Description
The University of Birmingham is expanding its global academic borders with three new postgraduate distance learning courses.
Date:
28/04/2015
Categories:
Alumni
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Dialogue on intersectionality and superdiversity

Description
Rachel Humphris (IRiS Associate Researcher) reports on the first roundtable of the IRiS Key Concepts Roundtable Series.
Date:
28/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Why cracking down on illegal migration does not change net migration rate

Description
Responding to the latest ONS data on net migration, David Cameron has announced his government strategy to address unauthorised migration.
Date:
27/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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'Children's Lives' project is case study on public engagement site

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The Children's Lives project, led by Professor Ian Grosvenor, has been added as a case study to the National co-ordinating centre for public engagement (NCCPE) website. The NCCPE supports universities to increase the quality and impact of their public engagement activities.
Date:
01/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

From Gratitude to Service: Engagement, Influence and Impact

Description
New report out detailing the impact, influence and reach of the Jubilee Centre's work to date.
Date:
20/04/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences
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Blog: Do select committees deserve 'universal praise'?

Blog: Do select committees deserve 'universal praise'?
Description
In this post, Dr Stephen Bates and Dr Mark Goodwin argue that a more rounded evaluation of Select Committees is needed to assess whether they deserve 'universal praise'.
Date:
22/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Blog: A new typology of local government systems

Blog: A new typology of local government systems
Description
Written by Pawel Swianiewicz. "Typologies of the European systems of local government are important and frequent point of reference for many scholars. But the trouble for scholars from my part of Europe is that the most popular classifications concentrate on Western part of the continent, totally disregarding the post-communist Central and Eastern Europe."
Date:
22/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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