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The Business Support Landscape and Ethnic Minority Businesses: What we Know? What we don't Know, and What we aim to Know?

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While existing research has been useful in painting a picture on who EMBs go to support and the some of the barriers they face, there are still important questions that remain
Date:
11/11/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Event to showcase how academic research can benefit Birmingham businesses

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Cutting-edge research from Birmingham Business School will be on show next month at a unique interactive event aimed at the local business community.
Date:
24/10/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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News from School of Social PolicyRss FeedAtom Feed

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

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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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Funding for research into early childhood services for children with disabilities in Malawi

Funding for research into early childhood services for children with disabilities in Malawi
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A project team at the School of Education, has recently been awarded approximately £500,000 from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Department for International Development (DFID) to investigate ways to improve the early childhood curriculum and teaching methods of pre-school carers and to increase the quality of early childhood development and education provision for young children with disabilities in Malawi.
Date:
19/02/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Call for Papers: Re-imagining Clinical Legal Education

Call for Papers: Re-imagining Clinical Legal Education
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Is it time to re-imagine clinical legal education? Workshop on 30 March 2014.
Date:
27/01/2015
Categories:
Arts and Law, Research, Teaching
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News from School of Government and SocietyRss FeedAtom Feed

Moscow holds aces as bombing rattles shaky Ukraine ceasefire

Moscow holds aces as bombing rattles shaky Ukraine ceasefire
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Written by Professor Stefan Wolff and Professor Tatyana Malyarenko (Professor of Public Administration at Donetsk State Management University). . Just as the latest peace deal to stabilise Ukraine was being put into place, a bomb exploded in the city of Kharkiv, killing two people and injuring at least ten, while another was found and defused in Odessa.
Date:
23/02/2015
Categories:
International, Research, Social Sciences

Blog: Pickles' Shock-horror News: Biggest Councils Have Biggest Tax Arrears

Blog: Pickles' Shock-horror News: Biggest Councils Have Biggest Tax Arrears
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Written by Chris Game, Visiting Lecturer at INLOGOV. Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles is famed for his sensitive news antennae. I wonder therefore just what – in a week dominated by revelations of his party's and government's moral flakiness on the whole tax collection business – persuaded those antennae that it would be a good time to attack local authorities' tax collecting record.
Date:
20/02/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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