Bath graduate José Sluijs-Doyle delivered the latest in a series of talks for our Centre for Development Studies focusing on the role small NGOs can play in development.
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View a film presented by Professor Lynn Prince Cooke about our research surrounding the changing families and the new household models.
Janan is researching the Roles of Shi’a Civil society organisations in Iraq post 2003.
This film showcases some of the work on influential applied research into child poverty and support for vulnerable families.
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Prof David Miller and Leah Wild provide an overview of the sociology and social policy programmes.
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Student Giles Green talks about studying the Masters of Research programme.
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Research student Juan Pablo Ferrero talks about his PhD in the Department of Social & Policy Sciences.
Ricardo has been conducting research on ‘neoliberal’ social policy reforms and their impact on the welfare of Mexican families. Read more »
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Once again several of our placement students have been blogging about their professional and social experiences on their placement years.
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