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Direct Payments and Personal Assistants: Experiences, Issues and the Way Forward
Do you use Direct Payments? Do you employ a PA? Or do you work with people who do?
Brexit: Implications for Social Policy
In this special symposium, a panel of social policy experts will analyse the implications of Brexit for various policy areas, as well for the UK economy and society as a whole.
Systems-Centered Training - A practical approach to change: 11 - 15 September 2017 York
A week of training and workshops catering for different levels of Systems-centered training
Social Policy, Inequality and Poverty in Eastern Europe 13-15 June 2017, St Petersburg, Russia
Workshop with CROP, University of Bergen (Norway), Institute of Economics, Zagreb (Croatia), CRCG, University of York (UK)and the Norwegian Study Centre, St. Petersburg (Russia)
Surviving and Thriving in Challenging Times: Systems-Centered® and SAVI® Workshops - June, London
Four Systems-Centered® workshops for workers in private organisations, healthcare, social care. local government, voluntary sector, or to enhance personal lives, in couple, families and communities
Policing illicit flows in West Africa
Policing Illicit Flows in West Africa is an expert workshop at the University of York on the governance of illicit flows in West Africa.
After Prison: Can we leave imprisonment behind?
Symposium in support of CrimNet launch at University of York
IDN Seminar: Philanthropy and international development - bridging ideas, institutions and time
This seminar will be jointly hosted by the York International Development Network, The York Management School, and the Centre for Research in Comparative and Global Social Policy
Brexit: what welfare? What rights for European migrants in Britain?
Roundtable event showcasing recent research concerning EU migrants in the UK
Deaths in the Crimnal Justice System: a North East and Yorkshire conference
Launch event for University of York CrimNet
Social Policy and Social Work
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