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2018/2019

 

The Colour of Injustice

The Colour of Injustice: 'race', drugs and law enforcement in England and Wales

Speakers: Katrina Ffrench, David Lammy MP, Dr Michael Shiner, David Tucker

Chair: Dr John Collins

Hosted by the Department of Social Policy and The International Drug Policy Unit

Monday 20 May 2019

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Ethical Space in Policy Making: Advancing the use of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in community planning in Canada

Perry Stein (AACI)

Department of Social Policy seminar

26 March 2019

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Reconfiguring notions of whiteness among Latin American migrants on London and Madrid

Dr Ana Gutierrez (University of Oxford)

Department of Social Policy and III seminar series on Migration Ethnicity and Race

20 March 2019

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Protesting Inequalities

Bird la Bird, Dr Aviah Sarah Day, Dr Armine Ishkanian, Professor Tomila Lankina, Dr Olga Onuch

Hosted by LSE Festival: New World (Dis)Orders

Saturday 2 March 2019

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What does it mean to be British and who defines it?

Diane Abbott MP, Sunder Katwala, Professor Eric Kaufmann, Dr Alita Nandi

Hosted by LSE Festival: New World (Dis)Orders

Saturday 2 March 2019

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Eight years after 2011: do social movements still matter?

Professor Geoffrey Pleyers (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Department of Social Policy public event

13 February 2019

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Infinite difference, limited recognition: Digital makings of the city of refuge

Prof Myria Georgiou (LSE Department of Media & Communications)

Department of Social Policy and III seminar series on Migration Ethnicity and Race

23 January 2019

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Uncertain citizenship: Everyday practices of Bolivian migrants in Chile

Dr Megan Ryburn (LSE Latin American and Caribbean Centre)

Department of Social Policy and III seminar series on Migration Ethnicity and Race

8 November 2018

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The Impact of Immigration on Natives' Fertility: Evidence from Syrians in Turkey

Dr Berkay Özcan (LSE Department of Social Policy)

Department of Social Policy and III seminar series on Migration Ethnicity and Race

25 October 2018

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2017/2018

 

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A Greater Good Transcending: Richard Titmuss and the NHS

Professor John Stewart (Glasgow Caledonian University)

Hosted by the LSE Library

10 April 2018

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LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0

Rethinking Beveridge for the 21st Century

21-24 February 2018

Department related events, hosted by LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0

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What Can be Done to Reduce Inequality?

Rachel Lomax, Ed Miliband, Lord Willetts

Hosted by the Department of Social Policy, III, STICERD

16 February 2018

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Selective schooling and its relationship to private tutoring: lessons from South Korea

Dr Sonia Exley (LSE Department of Social Policy)

III Inequalities seminar

30 January 2018

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Beveridge 2.0- Rethinking the Welfare State for the 21st Century

Minouche Shafik, Professor Sir John Hills, Dr Waltraud Schelkle, Professor Richard Sennett, Professor Alex Voorhoeve 

29 November 2017

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What if we abolished the dock? Rethinking court design and court ritual

Paula Backen, Abigail Bright, Chris Henley, Professor Linda Mulcahy, Dr Meredith Rossner

14 November 2017

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Can Social Landlords Make Private Renting Work Better?

Professor Anne Power

Inequalities Seminar

14 November 2017

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Sexualities and Ageing: the case of Cyprus

Debbie Laycock, Constantinos N Phellas

13 November 2017

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2016/2017

 

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What if we rethought parole?

Professor Nick Hardwick, Dr Laura Janes, Nicola Padfield

22 June 2017

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Representing Poverty and Inequality: The legacy of Charles Booth

Revolutions LSE Literary Festival 2017

Joseph Bullman, Professor Mary Morgan, Sarah Wise 

25 February 2017

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Stagnation Generation: Exploring intergenerational fairness

Revolutions LSE Literary Festival 2017

Nona Buckley-Irvine, Georgia Gould, Professor John Hills and Omar Khan 

22 February 2017

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Drug Policies Beyond the War on Drugs?

LSE Works lecture

Dr John Collins, Professor Lawrence Phillips, Dr Joanne Csete, Dr Michael Shiner

15 February 2017

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The Relationship between Inequality and Poverty: mechanisms and policy options

LSE Works lecture

Dr Eleni Karagiannaki and Dr Abigail McKnight 

8 February 2017

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Documenting Genocide: survey evidence on ISIS violence against Yazidis

LSE Works lecture

Dr Valeria Cetorelli

11 January 2017 

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When Elephants Fight

Department of Social Policy film screening and Q&A

24 October 2016

Peter Jones, Bandi Mbubi, JD Stier

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2015/2016

 

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The Welfare Trait: how state benefits affect personality

Centre for Philosophy of Natural Social Science public lecture

Dr Adam Perkins, Dr Kitty Stewart

29 June 2016

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Cities for a Small Continent 

LSE Housing and Communities research and consultancy group 

Professor Bruce Katz, Professor Anne Power

24 May 2016

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Social Advantage and Disadvantage

Department of Social Policy book launch discussion

Professor Hartley Dean, Professor Lucinda Platt,Dr Sonia Exley

18 May 2016

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Criminal: the truth about why people do bad things

Department of Social Policy and Mannheim Centre for Criminology Public Lecture

Tom Gash

3 May 2016

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New Media, Old News: strategies for penal reform groups to manage the new media landscape

Department of Social Policy, Mannheim Centre for Criminology and the Howard league public discussion

Dr Marianne Colbran, Niall Couper, Andrew Neilson, Danny Shaw, Alan White

20 January 2016 

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Anthropology and Development: challenges for the 21st Century

Department of Social Policy and Department of Anthropology public discussion

Professor James Fairhead, Professor Katy Gardner, Professor David Lewis, Professor David Mosse

Recorded on 28 October 2015

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Too Many Children Left Behind: the US achievement gap in comparative perspective

CASE and International Inequalities Institute Public Lecture

Professor Jane Waldfogel, Dr Lee Elliot Major

Recorded on 21 October 2015

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2014/2015

Misbehaving: the making of behavioural economics
Department of Social Policy Public Lecture
Recorded on 9 June 2015
Professor Richard Thaler

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The Government Paternalist: nanny state or helpful friend?
Department of Social Policy Public Lecture
Recorded on 20 May 2015
Professor Sir Julian Le Grand

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Inequality in the 21st Century: a day long engagement with Thomas Piketty
Conference
Recorded on 11 May 2015
David Soskice, Wendy Carlin, Bob Rowthorn, Diane Perrons, Stephanie Seguino, Lisa McKenzie, Naila Kabeer, Dr Laura Bear, Gareth Jones, Mike Savage, Sir John Hills, Sir Tony Atkinson, Thomas Piketty

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Inequality: what can be done?
Recorded on 30 April 2015
Professor Sir Tony Atkinson, Tom Clark, Professor Baroness Lister

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Changing Patterns of inequality in the UK
LSE Works: CASE Public Lecture
Recorded on 12 March 2015
Professor Sir John Hills, Dr Polly Vizard

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How Good We Can Be: ending the mercenary society and building a great country
Department of Social Policy Public Lecture
Recorded on 11 February 2015
Will Hutton

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Picturing Race and Inequality: the potential for social change
Conflict Research Group Public Discussion
Recorded on 13 January 2015
Professor Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Mark Neville, Professor Tim Newburn, Professor Gwendolyn Sasse, Polly Toynbee

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Good Times Bad Times: the welfare myth of them and us
Department of Social Policy Public Lecture
Recorded on 12 November 2014
Speaker: Professor Sir John Hills
Respondents: Polly Toynbee, Professor Holly Sutherland

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Happiness by Design
Department of Social Policy Public Lecture
Recorded on 22 October 2014
Professor Paul Dolan

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Hand to Mouth: the truth about being poor in a wealthy world
Department of Social Policy public conversation
Recorded on 16 October 2014
Linda Tirado

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Practical and ethical dilemmas of working in the current Ebola crisis
LSE Health and Africa Initiative Research Seminar
Recorded on 15 October 2014
Dr Benjamin Black

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2013/2014

Fault Lines and Silver Linings in the European Social Model(s)
Department of Social Policy Centennial Lecture
Recorded on 11 June 2014
Professor Anton Hemerijck

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The Ethics of the Cognitive Sciences: children's pathologies – how do we think about children’s mental health?
Recorded on 19 November 2013
Dr Rachel Cooper, Professor Eileen Munro, Professor Emily Simonoff

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The Metropolitan Revolution: perspectives from US cities
Recorded on 29 October 2013
Bruce Katz, Professor Anne Power

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Richard Titmuss Annual Lecture: Richard Titmuss: forty years on
Recorded on 23 October 2013
Professor Howard Glennerster

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Reclaiming Democracy in the Square? Interpreting the Anti-Austerity and Pro-Democracy Movements
Recorded on 10 October 2013
Dr Heba Raouf Ezzat, Professor Marlies Glasius, Dr Armine Ishkanian 

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Social Science in the Public Sphere: Riots, Class and Impact
Recorded on 2 July 2013
Professor Fiona Devine, Dr Sam Friedman, Professor Tim Newburn

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