Welcome to the School of Social Policy’s bi-monthly e-magazine, where our students and academics share innovative research and opinions across the areas of sociology, social policy, criminology, health service management and social work.
Abortion, shame and the "cult of death": the ingrained misogyny of the UK government
Relationships and sex education expert Dr Sophie King-Hill deconstructs the anti-abortion views held by some UK politicians.
Published December 12 2022
Refugees in Tunisia: women share stories of exploitation, hope, and regret
Published 23 November 2022
Social Policy Postgraduate Conference 2022: "Social and human sciences are more relevant than ever."
Published 17 October 2022
Prof Nicola Gale: “If you want to change things, you can’t shame people for their perspectives.”
My Study Abroad Diary: Eleanor Charlton-Hunt goes to Sweden
Life after a BA (Hons) PPE: “There are still modules and essays I think back to.”
Meet the IMPACT Centre’s Co-Production Group: “In co-production, we decide. Communities decide.”
Published 18 October 2022
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