News from the Department of Social Policy, Sociology and Criminology

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Graduation Day

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Graduation day for the Social Policy, Sociology and Criminology students at the University of Birmingham
Date:
15 July 2019

Lack of trust in UK government's 'settled status' scheme pushes EU citizens to apply for naturalisation

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Research conducted from the Eurochildren study, led by Dr Nando Sigona, released three new reports today covering the legal, statistical and soiciological aspects of the impact of Brexit on EU families.
Date:
05 June 2019

Birmingham academics have successful trip to Korea

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Professor Barbara Fawcett and Dr Kelly Hall have undertaken a very successful visit to South Korea on behalf of the School of Social Policy and the University.
Date:
16 April 2019

Food banks are no solution to poverty

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Charitable food aid is a sticking plaster on a gaping wound of systemic inequality in the UK and US.
Date:
28 March 2019

Factors affecting the changing role of GP clinicians in community hospitals

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A qualitative interview study in England looking at factors affecting the changing role of GP clinicians in community hospitals.
Date:
11 March 2019

Change and continuity in British charities: plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose?

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The past four decades have been an era of rising expectations that charities can step in to address pressing social problems, but the environment in which they have operated has arguably not always been a conducive one.
Date:
06 March 2019
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