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A flexible online course that will develop your knowledge and skills for working with qualitative data at scale: ‘big qual’
As a new Senior Fellow of the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) Dr Kahryn Hughes will be commissioning cutting edge training in qualitative research methods, particularly Qualitative Secondary Analysis and Qualitative Longitudinal research methods for all UK social scientists for the next five years.
‘Young People and the Pandemic’ is a cross-national event on 27th October which will be of great interest to FLaG members. Kim Allen and colleagues are presenting on Corona class of 2020: pandemic employability discourses, graduate ‘resilience’ and the management of uncertainty alongside several other important papers. Visit the eventbrite booking page for more details:…
Three of our Inequalities and Social Science MSc graduates describe their applied project research with third sector partners in Leeds. Masters Research Projects with Third Sector Partners
‘About Time’ – a workshop led by PhD students in FLaG, with a guest presentation from Prof. Bren Neale and a series of talks and workshop discussion. 9.40 (coffee and croissants) for 10am start
FLaG is hosting the SSP seminar on 6th November 2019: Researching poverty in young lives: a panel discussion – 3 presentations
The conference Young people, skills and prospects in employment: policy, practice and inclusiveness focused on increasing concerns about skills shortages and worsening job prospects for many young people, and the ways multiple interventions seek to improve young people’s pathways from school and college into employment, raise skill levels and promote inclusive growth. It brought national and…
During their visit this month, Paula will be presenting a seminar: ‘Millennials on the Move‘ on 25th March and she and Marta will be involved in a research roundtable discussion with us on 2oth March.
On Monday 23rd July 2018, CIGS and FLAG will be hosting a conference and workshop exploring academic and practitioner responses to the #metoo campaign. We welcome presenters and attendees from across disciplines as well as from the social sector. The event is open to PhD students, Masters students and practitioners. Call for Papers The #metoo…