Dr Kayleigh Garthwaite receives Philip Leverhulme prize and funding to advance research into the growth and corporatisation of charitable food in the UK
The Third Sector Research Centre has been exploring community responses to COVID-19 - from lockdown and beyond
Research shows unpaid carers seeking formal help with their physical and mental health during the lockdown were unable to access it.
Research suggests more than 100,000 unpaid carers in the UK have had to rely on food banks during the pandemic.
Although we've been clapping for carers throughout the pandemic, research has found that a number of them are silently facing unthinkable hardships
Unpaid carers are twice as likely as the general public to have relied on a food bank during the Covid-19 pandemic says a new study.
In the latest Complete University Guide 2021, Social Policy has been ranked third in the UK reflecting a departmental steady climb for over the past few years.
Research commissioned by Local Trust on the impact of Covid-19 on UK communities is being undertaken by TSRC. The in-depth research will look at how 25 different communities across England are responding
Dr Kayleigh Garthwaite and researchers from University of York are exploring how families in poverty navigate #Covid19UK and social security system responses.
Researchers to investigate impact of shame on doctors, medical students and patients as part of major new study funded by Wellcome, which will be run by Dr Matthew Gibson.
If the rallying cry of feminism has been "empowerment," LSE's Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser asks, who—or what—has today's economy of visibility empowered? Part of the SPSC Lecture Series.
In memory of a true internationalist influencing housing and urban renewal policy and practice. By David Mullins, Emeritus Professor of Housing Policy, Housing and Communities Research Group.