This seminar will bring together representatives of the European Commission, UK Government, Scottish Parliament, and leading UK and EU experts to examine whether the two agreements are achieving their aims regarding social security and healthcare for UK and EU mobile workers and citizens.
To find answers, we must reclaim the notions of interdependency and common security. Individually, we can (and must) be part of the solutions, but society must rediscover that climate security will only be found through interdependencies (with each other and with nature).
The Taiwan Studies Programme is delighted to announce that Thomas B. Gold, Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley will be presenting in the 2016/17 series of Taiwan Studies lectures on “State and Society in the Taiwan Miracle 30 Years On”.
The Taiwan Studies Programme is delighted to announce that Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, will be presenting the first of the 2016/17 series of Taiwan Studies lectures on “The third democratic regime change of Taiwan in 2016: context, significance and assessment”.
The School of Sociology and Social Policy are delighted to welcome Professor Mike Savage, Department of Sociology at LSE, to talk on ‘Social class in the 21st century’.
The School of Sociology and Social Policy and the Centre on Identity, Citizenship, Equalities and Migration (ICEMiC) welcome you to attend a screening of The Stuart Hall Project: a film about the life and work of eminent theorist Stuart Hall.
The University of Nottingham Chaplaincy present the public lecture, ‘Scars across humanity’ which asks how has violence against women become so prevalent in our society, and can it be overcome?
7pm, Thursday 10 March
In this lecture, Danny Dorling discussed economic inequality and gives an insight into growing inequality in the world, the UK and in particular in London. he will also talk about recent evidence on the spread of anxiety and wider worrying.
In this Responsible Research and Innovation lecture, Professor Paul Martin from the University of Sheffield tackles ‘Synthetic biology: engineering life for a better world’. Admission free, all welcome.