Join us at this year's IPR Doctoral Public Policy Research Seminar 2019 - an opportunity to hear about some of the most exciting and topical doctoral research projects from within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science.
This year speakers will present on a range of topics across the fields of policy, heath, international development, and human security.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
9.15am: Welcome and introductions, James Copestake
9.30am: Conducting elite interviews on cross-cutting public policy issues in the UK, Jeff Farrar and Andrew Johnstone
10.00am: Women as weapon systems: From gender to human security advisers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Hannah West
10.30am: Neo-roman freedom in economic life: The experience of Bristolian parcel delivery workers, Robert Donoghue
11.00am: Refreshment break
11.30am: Professional evaluation as political deliberation: What response to the 'argumentative turn' away from evidence-based policy? Giorgia Iacopini
12.00pm: Mobilising anthropology to address global health emergencies: The case of the 2013-16 Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, James Georgalakis
12.30pm: Dignified Ageing. A capability framework for assessing multidimensional poverty among older persons in Peru, Jhonatan Clausen