Older people are missing out on valuable social work – new report 27 November 2023 New research has revealed how ageism, lack of investment and pressured services are undermining the potential for older people to access valuable social workers when they need them most.
- Older people are missing out on valuable social work – new report 27 November 2023 New research has revealed how ageism, lack of investment and pressured services are undermining the potential for older people to access valuable social workers when they need them most.
- New research shows the use of 'chemical control' within abusive relationships 24 November 2023 Research by academics from the University of Bristol has highlighted how perpetrators of domestic abuse may use prescribed medication/treatment as a form of coercion and control.
- SPS professor elected Fellow of The World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries 31 October 2023 Professor Chukwumerije Okereke has been elected fellow of The World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries (UNESCO-TWAS) in recognition of his outstanding contribution to science and its promotion in the developing world.
- Global coalition call to end child poverty 17 October 2023 How can we advance global goals amidst inward crisis?
- SPS Professor one of leading social scientists elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences 4 October 2023 Professor David Abbott welcomed to the Academy's Fellowship this autumn
- New research highlights and addresses public health gaps in the ‘levelling up’ agenda 16 August 2023 The UK government's levelling up agenda is set to fail in its mission to address inequalities unless it tackles the root causes of poor health, according to a new study.
- Graduation joy for amazing student who went to 11 schools 2 August 2023 ‘I kept stumbling until I landed. It’s been the most ridiculous crazy journey’
- New survey reveals British public generally think disruptive, non-violent protesters should not be imprisoned 1 August 2023 In the wake of UK government plans to grant new North Sea oil and gas licences, a survey has shown the vast majority of the British public consider climate change and the environment to be key issues. But most people frown upon the Just Stop Oil campaign group, according to the poll.
- ‘Inspiring’ human rights activist receives honorary degree for lifetime fighting inequality 27 July 2023 A charity leader who has dedicated her life to ending inequality today received an honorary degree from her old university.
- Postgraduate symposium 14 July 2023 PGR students from the School for Policy Studies had a chance to showcase their work, talk about the wellbeing challenges of doing a PhD, think about how to communicate with policy makers and get career advice at the yearly PGR symposium this week.