30 January – Migrant and BME organisations in the UK: navigating the perfect storm; Alessio D’ Angelo

Wed 30th January (1-2.30pm) Committee Room 1, Town Hall Building Migrant and Ethnic community organisations are widely recognised as fundamental means of support and integration, particularly for newly arrived migrants and ethnically excluded minorities. As well as providing direct support with tailored services, they act as advocates, increase civic engagement and reduce social isolation. These […]

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16th January – Families and Schools Together (FAST): lessons, challenges and prospects; Professor Lynn McDonald

Wed 16th January (1-2.30 pm) Committee Room 1, Town Hall Building FAST (Families and Schools Together) applies ten social science theories into a multi-family group intervention to improve child well-being especially in disadvantaged communities. The average graduation rate per group at a school is now 20 families. In the UK, since 2010 adaptations of FAST […]

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21 November – Lunchtime Seminar: Labour, citizenship and subjectivity: migrants’ struggles within the Italian crisis, Dr Nicola Montagna

1-2.30pm – Committee Room 1, Town Hall Building The first event of our SPRC Lunchtime Seminar series will take place tomorrow, 21 November at the Town Hall Building. Dr Nicola Montagna will be delivering a seminar which will address Labour, citizenship and subjectivity: migrants’ struggles within the Italian crisis. If you plan to attend and […]

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SPRC Lunchtime Seminars

The SPRC is launching a series of Lunchtime seminars that aim at contributing to enhance research culture in our university by involving mainly Middlesex University scholars from diverse social policy areas ranging from migration to social justice and social cohesion. The seminars will take place at lunch time to give university staff, students and whoever […]

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