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Beyond the Academy: Knowledge Exchange and Outreach

Articles

 

KittySTEWART

Prioritise early years to reduce childhood inequalities

Authors: Dr Kitty Stewart, Mary Reader
LSE Research for the World digital magazine
Article posted 4 May 2021
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CorettaPHILLIPS

Crime and punishment

Author: Professor Coretta Phillips
LSE Research for the World digital magazine
Article posted 18 January 2021
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JenkinsStephenLSE

Improving our understanding of income inequality

Author: Professor Stephen Jenkins
LSE Research for the World digital magazine
Article posted 13 January 2021
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Blogs

 

CorettaPHILLIPS

The state of race: facilitating terror, harm, and inequality

Author: Professor Coretta Phillips
Social Policy Association Blog, posted 22 April 2021
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Decolonisation

Decolonising Higher Education: bring students back in

Author: Dr Yifei Yan
The Education and Development Forum (UKFIET) Blog, posted 28 January 2021
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parent

Keeping safe without a safety net: How are children faring when families have no access to mainstream benefits?

Authors: Ilona Pinter, PhD candidate and Lucy Leon
Social Policy Blog, posted 17 December 2020
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Sunil-Kumar-culture-of-encounters

A culture of encounters

Author: Dr Sunil Kumar
LSE Higher Education Blog, posted 3 December 2020
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Richard_Titmuss

New ways of measuring inequality: what can we learn from the LSE pioneer, Richard Titmuss?

Author: Professor Lucinda Platt
LSE COVID-19 blog, posted 26 November 2020
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BLM

Race Matters: We need to talk about Race in and for International Social and Public Policy

Authors: Dr Sunil Kumar and Dr Vanessa Hughes
Social Policy Blog, posted 27 October 2020
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AdamOLIVER

There is no opportunity to avoid opportunity costs: facing the second wave

Author: Dr Adam Oliver
LSE COVID-19 Blog, posted 6 October 2020
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YifeiYAN

India's National Education Policy is light on details

Author: Dr Yifei Yan
Social Policy Blog, posted 24 September 2020
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CorettaPHILLIPS

‘Watch the crime rate go up over the weekend!! Keep your doors and windows shut people!’

Author: Professor Coretta Phillips
Social Policy Blog, posted 29 June 2020
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BRYANT

Inequalities in alcohol-related violent victimisation: what can we do?

Author: Lucy Bryant, PhD candidate
Social Policy Blog, posted 19 June 2020
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JohannKOEHLER

The latest #BlackLivesMatter protests highlight how American policing falls short of its charge

Author: Dr Johann Koehler
Social Policy Blog, posted 5 June 2020
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CHANG

Rethinking children’s time spent working in developing countries

Author: Grace Chang, PhD candidate
Social Policy Blog, posted 18 May 2020
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RATZMANN

The social consequences of Covid-19 for vulnerable migrant groups in Germany

Authors: Cecilia Bruzelius and Nora Ratzmann
Social Policy Blog, posted 30 April 2020
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DeanHartley

Need in the Time of Corona

Author: Professor Hartley Dean
Social Policy Blog, posted 20 April 2020
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LewisDavid

On watching 'Contagion': what do we learn?

Author: Professor David Lewis
Social Policy Blog, posted 16 April 2020
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TomBIEGERT

Households failed to absorb massive job loss during economic crisis

Authors: Dr Thomas Biegert and Dr Bernhard Ebbinghaus
Social Policy Blog, posted 6 April 2020
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JohannKOEHLER

COVID-19 recasts criminal justice reforms once deemed ‘unthinkable’

Author: Dr Johann Koehler
Social Policy Blog, posted 31 March 2020
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AmeliaPETERSON

Dear random effects – we love you. Signed, Social inequality scholars

Authors: Dr Amelia Peterson and Laura Sochas
Social Policy Blog, posted 27 February 2020
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Hills.John

Britain in the Twenty-first Century – a more or less “irresponsible society”?

Author: Professor Sir John Hills
Social Policy Blog, posted 24 February 2020
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DONNALOJA

British and disengaged: national identification and political engagement before and after naturalisation

Author: Victoria Donnaloja, PhD candidate
Social Policy Blog, posted 10 February 2020
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KittySTEWART

Why 2020 is a fitting year to start research into the impact of benefit change on larger families

Authors: Dr Ruth Patrick, Dr Aaron Reeves and Dr Kitty Stewart
Social Policy Blog, posted 6 February 2020
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PlattLucinda

A cohesive future? School and neighbourhood composition and relationships between students of different ethnic groups

Authors: Professor Simon Burgess and Professor Lucinda Platt
Social Policy Blog, posted 4 February 2020
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BANCALARIantonella

Can White Elephants Kill? Evidence from Infrastructure Development in Peru

Author: Antonella Bancalari, PhD candidate
Social Policy Blog, posted 9 January 2020
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PowerAnne

The Grenfell Inquiry Report gives the government a lot to act on

Author: Professor Anne Power
Social Policy Blog, posted 15 November 2019
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BurchardtTania

Prioritising participatory poverty projects properly

Authors: Dr Tania Burchardt and Dr Paul Dornan
Social Policy Blog, posted 18 October 2019
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PowerAnne

Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Housing Plus and the wider role of social landlords in low income communities

Author: Professor Anne Power
Social Policy Blog, posted 16 October 2019
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YifeiYAN

Will Modi Resume the Battle Against Corruption?

Authors: Dr Yifei Yan and Dr Wu Alfred Muluan
Social Policy Blog, posted 25 September 2019
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PlattLucinda

Growing up lonely? The challenging social worlds of three generations of those with special educational needs and disability

Authors: Sam Parsons and Professor Lucinda Platt
Social Policy Blog, posted 16 September 2019
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Hills.John

If inequality is flat, why is it such a big issue?

Author: Professor Sir John Hills
Social Policy Blog, posted 22 August 2019
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Podcasts

 

LSE IQ Podcast

What’s the point of social science in a pandemic?

Contributors: Professor Laura Bear, Nikita Simpson, Professor Joan Roses, Dr Adam Oliver, Dr Clare Wenham, Professor Patrick Wallis

LSE IQ podcast, recorded 5 January 2021

Listen here

 

LSE IQ Podcast

How can we end child poverty in the UK?

Contributor: Dr Kitty Stewart

LSE IQ podcast, recorded 1 December 2020

Listen here

 

PaileyRobtel

Racism in development

by Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey

Oxfam Power in the Pandemic Podcast, recorded 12 June 2020

Listen here

 

KittySTEWART

Child Poverty

BBC Radio 4 interview with Kitty Stewart on child poverty - Kitty Stewart was invited to talk about child poverty on BBC Radio 4. The segment from the radio show is available here (from minute 12:35 onwards).

Hills.John

Commission for Equality in Mental Health

With Professor Sir John Hills - Liz Sayce, Chair of the Commission for Equality in Mental Health discusses the state of inequality in the UK, the impact it can have on mental health, and potential solutions to these systemic issues with Professor Sir John Hills. The podcast is available here.

MikeSHINER

Stop and Search

Dr Michael Shiner discusses 'stop and search' with Jacob Hawley on BBC Sounds, from 12m:45s. Listen here.

 

 

Thinking Allowed

Thinking Allowed podcasts

  • Law and Order
    featuring Professor Tim Newburn,  recorded 2018 

    Listen here
  • Stop and search
    featuring Dr Michael Shiner, recorded 2015

    Listen here
  • Multicultural Prison
    featuring Professor Coretta Phillips, recorded 2013

    Listen here
  • Supermax - Western Rule
    featuring Dr Sharon Shalev, recorded 2010

    Listen here

 

Media coverage

 

KittySTEWART

Child Poverty

Independent, 1 February 2021

Dr Kitty Stewart and Mary Reader have written about their Nuffield Foundation funded research findings for the Independent, and how their research shows that, even prior to the pandemic, child poverty and inequalities among young children had risen since 2015.
Read here

 

AdamOLIVER

Country responses to the pandemic

The New Yorker, 17 January 2021

Dr Adam Oliver speaks to Dhuruv Khullar at The New Yorker on how different countries have responded to the pandemic.

Read more here

 

PaileyRobtel

Liberia’s Weah might be in for a rude awakening at the polls

Al Jazeera English. 1 December 2020

Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey writes a commentary for Al Jazeera English on Liberia's elections.

Read more here

 

PaileyRobtel

Development, (Dual) Citizenship and Its Discontents in Africa

Weekend (BBC World Service), 7 November 2020

Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey explains her forthcoming book Development, (Dual) Citizenship and Its Discontents in Africa on the BBC World Service's Weekend. 

Read more here.

 

PlattLucinda

Britain's mixed-race population blurs the lines of identity politics

The Economist, 1 October 2020

Analysis by Professor Lucinda Platt and Dr Alita Nandi (Essex University) suggests that the true figure of mixed-race Britons could be three times as high as recorded.  

Find out more

 

KittySTEWART

Open Letter to Boris Johnson to tackle child poverty

Initiated by Dr Kitty Stewart

Independent, 29 June 2020

An open letter to Boris Johnson was initiated by Dr Kitty Stewart and signed by many academics including other CASE members and associates, Tania Burchardt, Kerris Cooper, John Hills, Abigail McKnight, Polly Vizard, Kate Summers, Susan Harkness and Glen Bramley. 

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Videos

 

Hills.John

Professor Sir John Hills

Gearty Grilling: John Hills on the cost of inequality
Recorded 28 May 2015
Watch here

 

JenkinsStephenLSE

Professor Stephen Jenkins

How UK elections affect household income inequality
Recorded 1 June 2015
Watch here

 

 

TimNEWBURN

Professor Tim Newburn

Criminology: A Very Short Introduction 
Recorded 14 May 2019
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25 Years of Riots Research
Recorded 30 August 2018
Watch here

Where does Donald Trump stand on gun control?
Recorded 30 August 2016
Watch here

 

PaileyRobtel

Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey

ODI Bites: Decolonising international development
Recorded 15 October 2020

Watch here

 

 

PlattLucinda

Professor Lucinda Platt

Inequality: the IFS Deaton Review
Watch here

Gearty Grillings: Lucinda Platt on Poverty/Want
Recorded 22 February 2018
Watch here

 

WestAnne

Professor Anne West

Gearty Grillings: Anne West on Ignorance/Education
Recorded 21 February 2018
Watch here

Best in Class Summit
Recorded 18 March 2016
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Political Briefings

These Political Briefings are designed to expose ministers, politicians, policy-makers, and opinion formers to departmental research findings to positively influence government and political priorities (with assistance from LSE's Public Affairs team).