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Boomers and Boomerangs - The past and pandemic present of multi-generational living

Professor Emily Grundy joins Lord David Willetts at Resolution Foundation event discussing new research

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Mothers pay mental health price for school closures

New study led by Dr Birgitta Rabe finds school closures responsible for around half of the decline in mental health experienced by mothers during the pandemic

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Our Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis celebrates first anniversary

CeMPA gathers experts in microsimulation and policy analysis for inaugural general assembly to discuss innovative new research proects from around the world

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A Watershed Moment for Social Policy and Human Rights - where next for the UK post-COVID?

New book, co-authored by ISER’s Dr Amy Clair, questions if an alternative approach to social policy, based on human rights and social justice, is necessary to tackle the existing systemic inequalities brought to the foreground by COVID-19

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Colloquium on Racial and Ethnic Inequalities in Migration

A cross-institutional event featuring new research and keynotes from Professor Lucinda Platt and Kate H Choi, Associate Professor at the University of Western Ontario

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Social cohesion after lockdown - Dr Magda Borkowska joins debate to discuss her recent research

Cumberland Lodge Debate and Dialogue with Jo Broadwood, Chief Executive of Belong, The Cohesion and Integration Network, and Professor David Halpern, Chief Executive of the Behavioural Insights Team, will discuss how communities rebuild and recover

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