School of Social Work and Social PolicySchool Seminar Series 2019/20

The School of Social Work and Social Policy are delighted to announce their seminar series for 2019/2020, beginning on December 11th. 

December 11, 12-1PM
David Kanyumi, David Bomark
Social service provision by local organisations in Tanzania, What we do together: Associational life
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

January 22, 12-1PM
Sally Mercer
Death and dying in prison
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

February 19, 12-1PM
Trish Hafford-Letchfield
Parenting and caring in families where parents identify as gender diverse (School Seminar)
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

March 11, 12-1PM
Cara Jardine
'You just feel like you are being judged': Stigma, professional power and young parents' strategies of resistance (School Seminar)
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

March 24, 12-1PM
Muireann Ni Raghallaigh (University College Dublin)
Navigating life in Ireland as young refugees (via Skype)
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

April 15, 12-1PM
Rania Hamad (University of Edinburgh)
Hate crime in Scotland
Lord Hope Building, Room 228

May 20, 12-1PM
Claire Goodfellow, Dimitar Karadzhov, Kirsten Maclean
Mental health and social exclusion
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

June 16, 12-1PM
Kat Smith
How do (and how should) 'evidence', 'expertise' and 'engagement' shape public health policy in Scotland?
Stenhouse Wing, Room 106

All events will last for one hour between 12 and 1pm. All are welcome to attend.