Events 2020

Past events

Webinar: Documenting the crisis: diaries of family life in the UK during COVID-19

Wednesday 9 December 2020

This webinar will bring together four projects which have all asked participants to keep diaries to chart everyday life during 2020.

NIHR SSCR Webinar: Mental health

Tuesday 8 December 2020

NIHR SSCR's Webinar Series showcases the School's commissioned research and capacity-building activities. This webinar includes two presentations focusing on mental health.

To cap it all: understanding the reach and impact of the benefit cap

Thursday 26 November 2020

Join us to discuss how the benefit cap is affecting people's lives, and to hear about new research into links between the cap and mental (ill) health.

Paying for social care and finding the poetry in our experiences

Wednesday 11 November 2020

If you have experience of paying for care privately for yourself or an older relative, join us to share research and experiences.

Human-animal interaction before and since Covid-19: lessons and priorities for research, policy and practice

Wednesday 11 November 2020

Join us to take stock of recent research in the area of human-animal interaction (focusing on human health and animal welfare and behaviour), and to discuss implications and priorities for research, policy and practice.

NIHR SSCR Webinar: Delayed transfers of care

Tuesday 10 November 2020

NIHR SSCR's Webinar Series showcases the School's commissioned research and capacity-building activities. This webinar includes presentations from research focusing on delayed transfers of care.

Breaking down the barriers: University partnerships for social good

Monday 9 November 2020

Join Professor Kiran Trehan as she leads a panel of experts through a lively discussion about working collaboratively across different sectors and breaking down the barriers for social good.

Webinar: Researching Poverty Ethically at a Time of Global Crisis: Lessons and Challenges

Thursday 11 June 2020

Join us in this webinar to discuss some key learnings and challenges around how we can conduct research on poverty ethically at a time of global crisis, bringing together perspectives from academia, charitable organisations and from the frontline.

Understanding poverty in all its forms: reflections from participatory research on poverty with ATD Fourth World UK

Tuesday 18 February 2020

Hear from activists at ATD Fourth World UK, who collaborated with Oxford University on an ambitious participatory research project to explore and develop our understandings of poverty.