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Prof Lisa Adkins Sep 10
'What becomes of class when residential property prices in major cities around the world accrue more income in a year than the average wage worker?' Adkins, Cooper and Konings
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Debbie Abrahams MP Aug 19
A trade deal with Trump will change Britain for the worse Capitalism on steroids, not just beef. will rocket. I do not believe that, faced with the evidence not the propaganda on FB or in MSM, the British people would choose this.
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Sarah Deas Jun 11
Scottish Enterprise announces a change in role... we will be broadening our role in seeking to tackle and create . Read more:
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CathD Jun 24
Poverty damages lives and our society. And it is within our gift to tackle it
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Dr Nisreen Alwan Sep 5
Educational attainment is such a strong predictor of both lifestyle behaviours (, , , PA) & health outcomes. So why don’t we in advocate reducing in education as strongly as we go on about modifying lifestyle behaviours? Discuss 💭
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Nicola Heslehurst Jun 11
Preconception care important for obesity prevention. Meta-analysis shows OR 3.64 for child obesity with maternal prepregnancy obesity. A complex interplay between genetic, in utero and post birth exposures
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Kate Ward 🏳️‍🌈 May 13
AMHE is a resource by developed to support commissioners & providers to tackle in local areas. Download it here & take a look...
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Stephen Dedalus 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇮🇪🇪🇺@YesScot Jul 12
Hunt ‘what low income people need are jobs’ Most people on low incomes have jobs, often plural jobs
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Sarah Jackson Aug 12
"In the case of e-cigarettes, when the poorest in society are those most affected by the harmful effects of cigarette , we ought to be seeking ways to help people quit, not ways to increase financial strain — a key driver of smoking."
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Lindsay Northover Jul 13
In case the world gets complacent, Prof Eun Mee Kim warns that the following areas are going *backwards* not forwards in - . Pretty devastating.
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Vânia Rocha Jun 25
New paper out from , , , A Systematic review and meta-analysis on socioeconomic circumstances and respiratory function from childhood to early adulthood.
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Alex Nunn Jun 7
Fantastic session from ⁦⁩ at our away day today on student attainment today, esp drama performance, & cool to see impact of research for ⁦⁩ going beyond care. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ keep up the good work!
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UN DESA Jul 11
Today, the 2019 will review Goal 10 of the . Are we succeeding in making our world more equal? What will it take to reduce and achieve ? Stay tuned to find out! Click to find out what else is happening today.
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Emmanouil Tranos Aug 28
Are you interested in "The new landscape of in the in the aftermath of economic "? Don't miss Yannis Psycharis Regional Science Policy and Practice Keynote tomorrow at 9am. He promised plenty of &
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Restraint Reduction Aug 9
At last year's Restraint Reduction Network conference our Chair Prof Joy Duxbury spoke about minimising in reducing restrictive practices. How are you working to minimise inequalities? What else do you think we can do?
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Simon Rippon Aug 29
1/2 Working on a revision of A Glass Half Full with LGA - Published 10yrs ago, seen by many in the UK as a pivotal report on promoting action on asset based approaches, - as part of the new ed I will be interviewing the author nxt wk.
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UNDP at EU Jun 19
Join at today at 11:30, Audit. A1, speaking in a high-level panel ", & : addressing for ".
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Sue Trabant Jun 13
2% mandate and insist on says a lot about where they are with women’s issues... considering 80% teachers identify female! 2% is not within the cost of living increases, let alone competitive with other provinces!
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Stefaan Bonte Jun 19
Farmers’ organisations are key to fight .That is why with European farmers’ organisations partners with , , to strengthen farmers’ organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America
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PRESAGE 1h
Are domestics back? Nathalie Morel () analysed France’s public policy promoting services to individuals: "this economic strategy bases increased employment on social and on the development of subsidized female poverty" 👇
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