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Naonori Kodate 小舘 尚文 19h
Research Seminar "Reconsidering Poverty and Employment Support Service" at Doshisha University , on 8 December 2018. Info via the Japan Association for Studies.
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John P. Houghton 6h
This looks interesting. Though difficult to know where to start, this week of all weeks. 'What does Brexit mean for in the UK?'
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UCDSocialPolWorkJust 5h
Come along tomorrow Tuesday the 20th to talk to our staff about our various programmes
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Adeyemi Adeyinka Nov 12
Any for international students in .
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Mixed Identities UK Nov 17
Really interesting conversation on Refugee action and policy with shadow minister of immigration
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Deborah Elizabeth Stone Saret Nov 12
It is as challenging to design policies without facts as it is to calculate the results of those policies.
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UoB Social Policy, Sociology & Criminology Nov 15
Our 3rd SPSC lecture 2018/19 from Professor Rob Stones, Successful Societies: Decision-making and the quality of attentiveness is available to book now!
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ANU Crawford School 16h
If you want a career in social research in the public or private sectors, then the new Master of Public Policy in Social Research Methods is for you. Enrolments are open now. Find out more:
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Niamh Flanagan Nov 16
So you want to study in () but haven't taken social Policy before? No worries has you covered. Higher Dip in is a conversion course open to graduates of all disciplines
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Philippa Thomson Nov 14
An excellent piece by Yes, indeed it is morally repugnant what's happening in our society at the hands of this & government.
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ANU Crawford School Nov 15
Change the world. The Master of Public Policy in Social Policy will give you high-level skills in social policy analysis and implementation. Enrolments are open now. Find out more:
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Policy Press Nov 14
‘Reframing global ’, edited by Christopher Deeming and Paul Smyth, is now out in paperback
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Heather Kay Nov 10
Massive thank you to for all her hard work. Her creative and fun way of looking at shows she’s a real soul 👍
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Palgrave Communications — academic journal Nov 14
The proof is in the building: making the case for a broader integration framework in architectural to enable increased autonomy for older people
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Edgard Rodriguez Nov 16
Today U of hosts the 3rd worshop on for faculty led by with support of & . The workshop introduces in civil society by & in research by Prof Betcherman.
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Mikkel Meinike Nov 17
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EUI Library Nov 14
Replying to @EUILib
The state: charting the future of by David Stoesz
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naz  ghodrati Nov 18
Saying goodbye to the dining table as I begin a writing marathon to manage multiple deadlines at work, home and university for the next 4 weeks
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Linda Odhiambo Nov 16
At the Sibeal Network annual conference feminists coming together to exchange ideas. Looking forward to several presentations some of which…
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Colin Lindsay Nov 16
New in & Administration: Excellent paper on tensions in the of social care evaluation by Kerry Allen, , Kerry Hall and
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