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Cansu Erdogan Jan 19
" [Turkey] blended contradictory policy paradigms from its own history – the welfare state paradigm and elements of traditional Islamic charity". On Turkey's social assistance regime:
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All Saints Sociology Jan 14
If you're still a bit confused about Universal Credit, scan through this read! Influences on family, especially. If you get less money when living in a couple, does that mean we'll see less cohabitation? via
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Expertise Finder Jan 16
Our expert is associate professor Maureen Waller can talk about family, fatherhood and the social policies to encourage father involvement.
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UKIP Lincoln Jan 13
My book concludes that i agree with Frank Field in more than i agree with anyone else, he's been a Labour MP for 39 years but i still get called a rightwing bigot!
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ISIRC 2019 Jan 11
📢📢 New conference stream added: Theoretical & Methodological Futures Chairs: and Call for papers now open!!!
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♊ Jan 12
Replying to @WillReidWeb @JPBrown5
Dear , Nae offence on article, but, it shouldnae come as a great suprise given that a decade ago uk gov stats were 1in4 ppl had MH probs, &OMG 😱 shrinks r human too. We all have Will, problem is & political agenda tailored 2 benefit elite
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LSE Social Policy Jan 18
Find out some of the fundamental questions addressed by social policy today in Prof Hartley Dean's newly published book where he explains the scope and importance of social policy
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BibliotecaTNT (CSIC) Jan 16
A Bottom-up picture of intra-national welfare regimes: the case of marginalised communities in Puerto Rico
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Kirstein Rummery 12h
I'm a professor of You may know me from my greatest hits ' is not an individual choice' & ' is a right
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Policy Press Jan 16
‘Reframing global ’, edited by Christopher Deeming and Paul Smyth, is now out in paperback
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Applica sprl Jan 17
Poland will introduce a new occupational pension savings scheme in June 2019. For more details, read
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Sarah Page Jan 15
the figures of people dying as a consequence of policy change is disturbing. Major issue.
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ColumbiaSocialWork Jan 18
Tonight at the conference, Dean Garfinkel is hosting a reception in honor of at . She is the recipient of SSWR's researcher award for her groundbreaking studies on
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Safia Boot Jan 13
Pensions indirect discrimin. case v UKGov deserves 2B on watch list; Age discrim. element CA upheld. , & Remedy pending Spring 2019. Implications 4 wider Pub. Sector . & interests
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Samantha Buran Jan 14
I am so lucky to be a part of this team, contributing to conversations around equity and social policy in Indianapolis and beyond.
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Kirstein Rummery Jan 14
Not a member or even much of a supporter, but this is absolutely laughable and doesn't stand up to any policy or political analysis whatsoever But if ranting lies is what floats your boat, is probably the right platform for you
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Mike Thomas Jan 17
Today in we asked students to list & rank the five most pressing social problems facing British society. So many great ideas and analysis from our students in our discussion 1/2👏👏👏
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Daniel Béland Jan 19
Fascinating story, especially for those of us interested in .
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Mike Thomas Jan 17
More ideas on problems from our reflective students today
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socialpolicy.gr Jan 19
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