A University of Birmingham report has concluded that national governments, health and social services, businesses, families and communities have to find new ways of responding to the rapidly growing number of people.
Violence, insecurity, persecution, and human rights violations have led to the forced displacement of an estimated 68.5 million people. Of these, 25.4 million are refugees – the highest number ever recorded.
A qualitative interview study in England looking at factors affecting the changing role of GP clinicians in community hospitals.
Incremental neglect tips over into significant and costly malfunction; squandered opportunities for strategic renewal and improvement: this is what the squeeze on NHS capital budgets means, writes HSMC's Iestyn Williams.
Professor Jenny Phillimore writes: "Today, on International Women's Day, we have launched a series of working papers focusing on some of the key aspects of the gendered refugee experience."
By Professor Hannah Bradby: There is much to celebrate since the first international women's day in 1911. But with women fleeing conflict and poverty being subject to regular sexual assault, there remains much to protest
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.
CHASM Director, Professor Lymer, an expert in taxation, was interviewed on Radio New Zealand on 27 February 2019, over the hotly debated possible introduction of a Capital Gains Tax in the country.
CHASM co-hosted the 'Problem Gambling: Tackling gambling related harm summit', alongside the Birmingham Financial Inclusion Partnership, on 27 February 2019.
Hope Virgo writes for the Institute for Mental Health blog: Social media is the first to be blamed when it comes to mental health crisis. It is an easy thing to blame but how much influence does it have over us?
In December 2018, a group of 30 academics and practitioners came together to discuss volunteering and sustainable development – both in the UK and internationally.
Robin Miller, Jason Schaub and Simon Haworth argue that the social care profession has not sufficiently embraced leadership