SWSP SEMINAR SERIES

 

The first of the new cluster led seminars is scheduled for Wednesday 3 October 2018

 

Date

Time

Room

Cluster

Lead

Speakers

3 October 2018

12:15-13:15

LH218

Children & Young People & Families

(DS)

Patrycja Kupiec, The Young Women's Movement- The Y Girls Project 

24 October 2018

12:00-13:00

LH227a

Citizenship & Communities

(CD)

Robert Rogerson, Future Cities - Intramuros, Manila and the hospitable city: connecting heritage, tourism and communities

14 November 2018

12:00-13:00

LH218

Health & Wellbeing

(NQ)

Ian Greener, Health funding and health outcomes - What difference does the type and level of funding make to health outcomes? A QCA analysis. 

5 December 2018

12:00-13:00

LH218

Citizenship & Communities

(CD)

Chris Deeming, University of Strathclyde - Changing attitudes towards welfare 1985-2016: findings from five rounds of the International Social Survey Programme Role of Government survey

23 January 2019

12:00-13:00

LH211a

Criminal & Social Justice

(BW)

Elaine Ferguson, University of Glasgow - Discussing research into the preventative detention of 'dangerous' offenders in Scotland

13 February 2019

12:00-13:00

LH213b

Children & Young People & Families

(DS)

Maggie Grant, University of Stirling & Adoption and Fostering Alliance- British Chinese Adoption Study: the lifelong impact of international adoption for women adopted from China

6 March 2019

12:00-13:00

LH213b

Criminal & Social Justice

(BW)

Fern Gillon, Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice - Presenting her research entitled Early and Effective Intervention in Scottish Youth Justice: Benevolent Intentions, Unintended Consequences 

27 March 2019

12:00-13:00

LH226a

Health & Wellbeing

(NQ)

Gillian MacIntyre, Citizenship, recovery and mental health - Developing a model of citizenship for Scotland. 

 

Hope you can make it along! :)