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From Consensus to Dissensus: The Politics of Anti-austerity Activism in London and its Relationship to Voluntary Organisations
Journal of Civil Society (2017)
This article, by Dr Armine Ishkanian and Irum S.Ali, examines how activism against austerity is organized and manifested in London. Given that anti-austerity activists are addressing issues related to social welfare, they examine whether there are alliances between the activists and voluntary organizations (VOs) that are working in that field.
Vulnerable People and the Criminal Justice System: A Guide to Law and PracticeOxford University Press (2017)
Vulnerable People and the Criminal Justice System, written by leading experts in the field, provides a practical, informative and thought-provoking guide to recognising, assessing and responding to vulnerability in witnesses and defendants at each stage of the criminal process. Miranda Bevan, PhD candidate in the Department of Social Policy, wrote Chapters 4 and 5 of this publication.
Private School and School Choice in Compulsory Education
Profesor Anne West and Dr Social Exley contribute to this publication which discusses how marketisation and privatisation in compulsory education have spread around the globe. The articles of this anthology analyse and discuss these changes in several countries and ask to what extent and in which ways school choice and the growth of private school play a role for education policies and education systems.
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