Events

We run a range of different events including research seminars, workshops and research methods training.

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Symposium on Violence, Harassment and Abuse: Enduring Inequalities and New Directions School of Sociology and Social Policy 8th May, 2018; 9.30-5.30, held in the School of Psychology, rooms 1.33/34 Overview of the event The School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds is hosting an interdisciplinary symposium on the themes of enduring inequalities associated…
Dr Tracey Farragher (Leeds Institute of Health Sciences), Gaston Yalonetsky (Leeds University Business School) Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
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).
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).
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).
Paul Norman (School of Geography) and Sandy Tubeuf (PhD, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Matilde Masso (University of A Coruna, and University of Leeds) Aiko Ikemura Amaral (University of Essex) and Pedro Mendes Loureiro, (SOAS, University of London). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Former SSP student – Dr Ruth Patrick – returns to Leeds to share the findings from her doctoral study into the lived experiences of welfare reform. Between 2011 and 2016, Ruth interviewed a small group of out-of-work benefit claimants as they anticipated, experienced and reflected upon changes to their benefits. She spoke to single parents,…
Hugo Radice (POLIS), Nick Emmel (Sociology and Social Policy) and Sarah Irwin (Sociology and Social Policy). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Dr Mariya P Ivancheva (School of Education), Dr Kathryn Watson (Leeds University Business School) and Anthony Drummond (Leeds Beckett). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).