By Dr Gemma McKenna, Health Services Management Fellow, School of Social Policy.
Research to capture the experiences of primary care teams during the covid-19 pandemic
IRiS statement on George Floyd, Amy Cooper and the banality and lethality of structural racism.
Our speakers include Danielle Walker Palmour (Director of Friends' Provident Foundation), Professor Tom Shapiro (Brandeis University, USA) and the Lord Bishop of Birmingham, the Right Reverend David Urquhart.
By Steve Gulati, Director of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme, School of Social Policy.
Apply for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships 2020 with IRiS. This is the last call of H2020.
Coronavirus crisis 'increases suffering of most vulnerable refugees', new IRIS research report reveals.
By Maureen Smojkis, Lecturer in Mental Health, Department of Social Work and Social Care.
Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge from IRiS writes about what Hannah Arendt can teach us about work in the time of Covid-19 for the New Statesman.
Dr Sarah Brooks-Wilson rethinks youth justice policy and practice in terms of movement, challenging its dominant, static framing.
A new four-year research project, awarded £1.4 million funding from the Wellcome Trust, will explore the past, present and future of charitable fundraising for health care.
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