Sandra Pertek, the SEREDA Researcher at IRiS, University of Birmingham, has been awarded U21 Seed Funding to continue her research on sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and modern slavery.
After eight months of negotiations, the UK and EU agreed on a new Trade and Cooperation Agreement, what does it mean for the UK regions?
With COVID19 and Brexit impacting on High Street shops, what can be done to ensure a successful 2021.
A recent survey undertaken by the University of Birmingham is believed to be the first cross-sectional survey to examine the various factors influencing the uptake of a potential approved COVID-19 vaccine.
This new article explores right-wing populist responses to the pandemic using fascistic themes developed by Albert Camus in his novel The Plague.
Much of what passes as Corporate Social Responsibility or 'CSR' is superficial, short term and optional rather than representing the strategic reaffirmation of a company's mission.
Dr Tim Haughton's co-authored book, The New Party Challenge, examining party politics in Central and Eastern Europe has just been published by Oxford University Press
new research puts the lived experience of older people at its heart, revealing a chasm between stated adult social care policy objectives and services received by older people purchasing their own care.
Lloyds Banking Group and the College of Social Sciences have partnered with the charity Entraide to offer a telephone befriending scheme to refugees.
The College of Social Sciences were delighted to welcome Professor Daniel Miller, University College London, to campus on Thursday 27 April 2017 to discuss the anthropology of social media.
With a rise in exclusions of autistic pupils, academics are investigating the underlying causes and are advocating for enhanced support for teaching staff.
Colleagues from HSMC and Rand Europe discuss whether Primary Care Networks and Models of Vertical Integration can coexist.
The Development Leadership Programme launch a new programme of research projects to help enable a space for locally-led research and dialogue on the importance of leadership for development.
IRiS announces new research project: 'Rebordering Britain and Britons after Brexit (MIGZEN)' under the ESRC's Governance after Brexit programme.
New research from the BRACE Centre reveals how hospitals could step in to help manage GP practices.
When you hear the phrase 'Corporate Social Responsibility', what do you think of? The three most common interpretations of the phrase are so varied in meaning that the words have lost the right to validity.
A new educational framework and toolkit will be launched in the UK and Ireland this week to improve training and guidance for those providing palliative and end of life care for children.
Dr Sarah Benson, Lecturer in Inclusion and Special Education Needs, together with Autism researcher, Dr. Prithvi Perepa, have shared their top five tips to help children with autism feel comfortable in wearing a mask
By Professor Rob J R Elliott, University of Birmingham, Ben Jones, University College London, and Viet Nguyen-Tien, London School of Economics.
A new poll has found that over 70% of parents worry about the risks as well as the physical and mental health implications of their children spending an increased amount of time online during the coronavirus pandemic.