SPS report finds the roles of parliamentary select committees are changing in pursuit of ‘good evidence’
Evidence use by parliamentary select committees is changing as their functions are evolving to not only provide government scrutiny but also offer further opportunities for public participation, according to new research.
Publishing for Academics - Event Series
Come and meet an exciting range of external speakers involved in writing and publishing academic material incuding books, journal articles and monographs.
SPS academic’s new open-access book examines the practices of humanitarian journalists
Promoting the voices of marginalised people involved in crisis situations across the globe - and highlighting neglected crises – can lead to new approaches for humanitarian journalists, according to a new book.
Relevance and Relation of Decolonial Studies in Methodology
This seminar will explore decolonial perspectives in crafting research design.
Lives in African Science: epistemic space and dynamism in careers of Kenyan researchers
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States and Welfare States: Government for the People
Join us for the second Social Policy seminar of the semester, with a provocative new look at comparative social policy from Professor Paul Spicker.