• Wednesday
    December
    11th

    Social Service Provision by Local Organisations in Tanzania

     

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : David Kanyumi

  • Wednesday
    December
    11th

    What We Do Together: Associational Life

     

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : David Bomark

  • Wednesday
    January
    22nd

    Death and Dying in Prison

     

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : Sally Mercer

  • Wednesday
    February
    19th

    Parenting and Caring in Families Where Parents Identify as Gender Diverse (School Seminar)

     

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : Trish Hafford-Letchfield

  • Wednesday
    March
    11th

    'You just feel like you are being judged': Stigma, professional power and young parents' strategies of resistance (School Seminar)

     

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : Cara Jardine

  • Tuesday
    March
    24th

    Navigating life in Ireland as young refugees (via Skype)

     

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : Muireann Ni Raghallaigh (University College Dublin)

  • Wednesday
    April
    15th

    Hate Crime in Scotland

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : LH 228

    Speaker : Rania Hamad (University of Edinburgh) 

  • Wednesday
    May
    20th

    Mental Health and Social Exclusion

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speakers : Claire Goodfellow, Dimitar Karadzhov and Kirsten Maclean

  • Tuesday
    June
    16th

    How do (and how should) 'evidence', 'expertise' and 'engagement' shape public health policy in Scotland?

    Time : 12pm-1pm

    Venue : SW 106

    Speaker : Kat Smith

  • Wednesday
    October
    3rd

    Children & Young People & Families

     

    Time : 12.15 pm - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH218

    Speaker : Patrycja Kupiec

    - The Young Women's Movement- The Y Girls Project 

  • Wednesday
    March
    6th

    Criminal & Social Justice 2

     

    Time : 12 noon - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH213b

    Speaker : Fern Gillon, Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice

    Presenting her research entitled "Early and Effective Intervention in Scottish Youth Justice : Benevolent Intentions, Unintended Consequences".

  • Wednesday
    December
    5th

    Citizenship & Communities

     

    Time : 12 noon - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH218

    Speaker : 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

  • Wednesday
    November
    14th

    Health & Wellbeing

     

    Time : 12 noon - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH218

    Speaker : Ian Greener

    Health funding and health outcomes : what difference does the type and level of funding make to health outcomes? A QCA analysis

  • Wednesday
    March
    27th

    Health & Wellbeing

     

    Time : 12 noon - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH226A

    Speaker : Gillian Macintyre

    Citizenship recovery and mental health - Developing a model of citizenshp for Scotland

  • Wednesday
    February
    13th

    Children & Young People & Families

     

    Time : 12 noon - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH213b

    SpeakerDr Maggie Grant, University of Stirling & Adoption and Fostering Alliance

    - British Chinese Adoption Study: the lifelong impact of international adoption for women adopted from China 

     

  • Wednesday
    October
    24th

    Citizenship & Communities

     

    Time : 12 noon - 1 pm

    Venue : Lord Hope Building, LH227a

    Speaker : Robert Rogerson, Future Cities

    - Intramuras, Manila and the hospitable city : connecting heritage, tourism and communities