Events

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

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A postgraduate run workshop. We will bring together PhD students from across social science disciplines to explore aspects of research and method as they relate to time, and reflect on temporal processes in data gathering and analysis. This follows on from a recent seminar in which speakers and audience-members questioned how we capture the messy non-linear experience of time in participants’ lives. The workshop will be very informal and will include presentations and plenty of time for discussion.
FLaG is hosting the SSP seminar on 6th November 2019: Researching poverty in young lives: a panel discussion – 3 presentations:  A different take: participatory research with children, young people and parents with experience of poverty.  Dr. Gill Main (Education) People living in poverty are overwhelmingly excluded from debates around causes, consequences, and policy – and…
Policy, practice and inclusiveness. Developing understanding of what works and why A conference co-hosted by the University of Leeds & Leeds City Council. This event is supported through the ESRC IAA DTP Business Boost fund. Overview In a context of increasing concerns about skills shortages and worsening job prospects for many young people, multiple interventions seek…
Seminar hosted by the Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations and Leeds Migration Research Network Dr Paula Pustułka, Youth Research Centre, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw Abstract Although quite a substantial number of studies focused on international migration of Polish women, the main wave of gendered research on mobility…
PhD Research roundtable / workshop Part 1: presentation (3 to 3.30pm) Dr Paula Pustulka and Marta Buler, Youth Research Centre, Warsaw Paula and Marta are interested in research relating to youth and transition and seeking to learn more about our interests in the SSP. They will briefly describe their work in this area and introduce…
School of Sociology and Social Policy 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 with violence, harassment and abuse facilitated by the Centre for Research on Families, Life-course and Generations (FLaG) and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender…
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).