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Policy forum - Welfare reform and housing

Start date: 
Wed, 06/06/2012
Closing date: 
Wed, 06/06/2012
Venue: 
Room 9206 Cantor Building
Event contact: 
Dr Tony Gore and Ryan Powell

Panel
Ian Cole - Sheffield Hallam University
Sam Lister - Chartered Institute of Housing 

Energy vulnerability, social justice and climate change

Start date: 
Wed, 15/02/2012
Closing date: 
Wed, 15/02/2012
Venue: 
Room 9206 Cantor Building
Event contact: 
Dr Tony Gore and Ryan Powell

Speaker
Rosie Day - University of Birmingham  

Integenerational cultures of worklessness - popular myth or miserable reality?

Start date: 
Wed, 18/01/2012
Closing date: 
Wed, 18/01/2012
Venue: 
Room 9206 Cantor Building
Event contact: 
Dr Tony Gore and Ryan Powell

Speaker
Rob MacDonald and Tracy Shildrick - Teesside University 

The post-political privatisation of the welfare state and the barriers to localist planning

Start date: 
Wed, 16/11/2011
Closing date: 
Wed, 16/11/2011
Venue: 
Room 9206, Cantor Building, City Campus
Event contact: 
Dr Tony Gore and Ryan Powell

Speaker
Mike Raco - University College London

Coalfields Regeneration Trust

 

 

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    Libertarian paternalism and the governance of irrationality

    Start date: 
    Wed, 19/10/2011
    Closing date: 
    Wed, 19/10/2011
    Venue: 
    Room 9206, Cantor Building, City Campus
    Event contact: 
    Dr Tony Gore and Ryan Powell

    Speaker
    Rhys Jones - Aberystwyth University

    Report demolishes myths about demise of British seaside tourist industry

    A major new report released today finds that the seaside tourist industry in England and Wales remains a substantial and growing employer.

    The Seaside Tourist Industry in England and Wales, by a team at Sheffield Hallam University, explodes the popular myth that the increase in the numbers of foreign holidays has destroyed the economy of Britain’s own seaside towns.

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