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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Upcoming events

The Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations offers a hub for inter-disciplinary events and collaborations as well as symposia. Information about forthcoming symposia will be posted soon. We are currently involved in hosting a new series of workshops called Researching Inequalities: interdisciplinary perspectives. Follow the link for details:

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Guest lecture/discussion 4.30 – 5.30pm on Mon 20th Nov Invitation Guest Lecture and Discussion: Dr Ruth Patrick

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with the Inequalities Research Network This workshop series will explore diverse disciplinary and methodological approaches to researching inequalities, to inform...

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FLaG in partnership with CIGS and Care-Connect are presently developing an interdisciplinary group of researchers and community professionals interested in...

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FLaG is bringing together a network of researchers with shared interests in the area ‘parenting, well-being and inequalities’. We are...

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Dr. Julia Snell (School of English) and Dr. Kim Allen (Sociology and Social Policy). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).

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Henrietta Zeffert (Law) Adrian Favell (Sociology and Social Policy) and Albert Varela (Sociology and Social Policy). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).

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Kahryn Hughes (Sociology and Social Policy), Jessica Wild (Sociology and Social Policy) and Ghazala Mir (Medicine and Health). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).

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Dr Tracey Farragher (Leeds Institute of Health Sciences), Gaston Yalonetsky (Leeds University Business School), Gillian Harrison, Susan Grant-Muller, Frances Hodgson, Nicholas Malleson (Institute for Transport Studies/School of Geography). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).

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