About the Centre

FLaG is an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and research users interested in family, youth, life course trajectories and transitions, educational pathways and inequalities

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MSc Inequalities and Social Science

A new programme parented by SSP

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MA in Childhood Studies

A new programme parented by the School of Education, with input from Sociology and Social Policy.

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Researching Inequalities

We are involved in hosting the workshop series: Researching Inequalities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

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About the Centre

The Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations offers a hub for inter-disciplinary events and collaborations as well as running seminar series and workshops and UK wide research methods training events, particularly in the areas of qualitative longitudinal research, qualitative secondary analysis and mixed methods.

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The conference Young people, skills and prospects in employment: policy, practice and inclusiveness focused on increasing concerns about skills shortages and...

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During their visit this month, Paula will be presenting a seminar: ‘Millennials on the Move‘ on 25th March and she...

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On Monday 23rd July 2018, CIGS and FLAG will be hosting a conference and workshop exploring academic and practitioner responses...

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Dr Sharon Elley (1,431 words) This month celebrates ‘World Autism Awareness (Acceptance) Week’ (March 26th to April 2nd, 2018). March...

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Policy, practice and inclusiveness. Developing understanding of what works and why A conference co-hosted by the University of Leeds &...

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Seminar hosted by the Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations and Leeds Migration Research Network Dr Paula...

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PhD Research roundtable / workshop Part 1: presentation (3 to 3.30pm) Dr Paula Pustulka and Marta Buler, Youth Research Centre,...

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School of Sociology and Social Policy Overview of the event The School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds...

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