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Investigation on the impact of shame in heathcare

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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.
Date:
21 February 2020

Podcast: Empowerment for whom? Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny

Description
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.
Date:
13 February 2020

Chris Watson (1940-2019)

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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.
Date:
28 November 2019

Dr Gëzim Alpion awarded the Albanian Nation's Ambassador Award for research on Mother Teresa

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Congratulations to Dr Gëzim Alpion from the School of Social Policy in the University of Birmingham who has been awarded the Albanian Nation's Ambassador award.
Date:
30 October 2019

The Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary

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The Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary at the University of Birmingham offers bursaries for undergraduate students.
Date:
23 October 2019

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
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