Stakeholder Event: School Engagement and Youth Transitions. Findings of the RESL.eu project

Disseminating new findings from the project Reducing Early School Leaving in Europe (RESL.eu), our team from the  Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) at Middlesex University and the University of Sheffield organised a half day event on the 9th of June 2017. The event brought together stakeholders, policy makers and researchers working on education and school-to-work transitions at […]

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Upcoming events

Stakeholder Event: School Engagement and Youth Transitions. Findings of the RESL.eu project The project Reducing Early School Leaving in Europe (RESL.eu) sought to investigate the patterns of and underlining reasons behind young people’s disengagement from education and leaving school without qualifications. In so doing, we have undertaken 5 years of intensive research with young people, […]

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Toolkit launch on 10 June 2016

Schooling in England: a toolkit for newly arrived migrant parents and practitioners working with migrants The aim of this toolkit is to provide information and guidance to help migrant families and practitioners negotiate the school system and to suggest ways in which to support children settle into school and in progressing through primary school and […]

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New Postgraduate Courses

Two new postgraduate programmes will be run by leading academics in the School of Law: MA in Migration, Society and Policy The postgraduate programme MA in Migration, Society and Policy will be hosted by the School of Law at Middlesex University. Based in the School of Law, this programme benefits from the contribution of internationally […]

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New Book Available Now!

“An End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology? Trends and Challenges in Social Research”. The volume is edited by Linda McKie and SPRC co-director Prof. Louise Ryan. It also contains a chapter on Social Network Analysis by Dr Alessio D’Angelo and Prof. Louise Ryan. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138828674  

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Two-Day NVivo 10 Workshops

NVivo is one of the most powerful and widely used research packages for the analysis of qualitative data. It allows you to organise, code, search and analyse text documents (e.g. interviews and focus group transcripts, diaries, articles) as well as multimedia. A new feature in NVivo 10 is that you can import and work with content from web […]

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