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Senior roles at ISER - four leadership positions open for application

ISER seeks to appoint three new positions at the Professorial level, and one at the level of Reader or Professor, following continued success in securing research funding

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Is there a better measure than BMI to look at the impact of poverty and education on obesity levels?

A new ISER study by Apostolos Davillas and Professor Michaela Benzeval looks at alternative measures to standard BMI by using data from Understanding Society to unpick the link between social inequalities and growing levels of obesity

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Reducing global inequality: how can we achieve a fairer world? Professor Sonia Bhalotra joins British Academy panel debate

Expert panel to discuss how nations could tackle a range of issues - from reducing inequality within and among countries to achieving gender equality - at British Academy debate on 29 November

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Education for All: Beyond the Classroom - Insights from Understanding Society - 10 November

Leading experts and practitioners will debate new evidence from Understanding Society and consider how the establishment of a single Department for Education, providing an end to end view of education and skills, presents opportunities for fresh thinking.

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