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Routledge Geog&Built 15h
+ exploring how sport & culture are formed as means to promote objectives regarding young people and reflecting on the political significance of this in relation to local policy. Read here:
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remembermypet.com Apr 13
😆and again reducing state responsibility/cost & increase personal responsibility
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Tim Kelly 15h
We are recruiting a Senior Lecturer in Social Work. It's a great team in a great school in a great University. Come join us!
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Alex von Witzleben Apr 16
Commission launches debate on more efficient decision-making in EU social policy calling for on an enhanced use of qualified majority voting in social policy, rendering decision-making more timely and effective
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Education, Public Policy and Equity Network Apr 16
We share article Problematizing the Nigerian Curriculum for Inclusion by the member and PGT student analysing the challenges of the integration of as part of a broader in
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Stephen Comley Sr Apr 18
"...the sooner you start, the better!"
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Joe Eisenmann PhD Apr 14
Replying to @Joe_Eisenmann
2/2 ...'Richard Way had spent many years working as a senior civil servant, during which he built up a number of personal and professional connections within and around federal governments.' In other words, how to make friends and influence people!
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Mila Atmos Apr 17
What should we be doing to solve poverty today? We talk to , an expert on and US , about using proven methods to alleviate poverty more extensively in the . Listen to this episode of :
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Lucia Ferrone 🇪🇺 Apr 13
Next up: evidence on and ! Will thread the papers! Room 311
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LSE Social Policy Apr 18
Read by Understanding Inequalities that gets to grips with a broad range of inequalities in people's lives.
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Kirstein Rummery Apr 12
It’s not a shocking waste of money. Universal benefits are far more cost-effective than means-tested benefits and create social cohesion thus saving a fortune over the life course. 101 mate
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MENASP Apr 15
Reminder that the abstract deadline for the conference is June 30th. If you are involved in or the region, and would like to present at the event, you can find out more details and submit your abstract here:
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Asia Policy 19h
‘More care’ isn’t the mental answer
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Cambridge Anthro_Soc Apr 11
The third Annual Lecture for Social Policy and Society, on the theme of ‘Brexit and Social Policy’, will be held in The Diamond, University of Sheffield on Wednesday 15th May at 5.15 pm. Find out more and register your place here:
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MEHistory Cambridge Apr 16
Mark your calendars for our first meeting with of , who will speak on ' without Borders? Entangled Histories of German after 1945!' This is a special joint session with . 5pm on 30 April in 's Junior Parlour
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Gary Holden Apr 16
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GWEnvironmentPolicy Apr 14
Where and intersect: "Solar Power’s Benefits Don’t Shine Equally on Everyone"
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Dr. Lucy Michael Apr 14
Replying to @lucy_s_michael
You can pre-order the hardback and eBook now for your university library Paperbacks will also be available from summer 2019.
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Amanda Slevin Apr 13
What an amazing night in incl. magical music by & others, stimulating talks by & fantastic performance by students. Many thanks to & staff for making it happen
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Asia Policy Apr 10
Does the new Ainu bill truly symbolise progress?
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