CRESR

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CRESR Seminar - Policy Forum: The possibilities and pitfalls of social investment for people and communities experiencing multiple disadvantage

Start date: 
Wed, 12/12/2018
Closing date: 
Wed, 12/12/2018
Venue: 
Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus, Stoddart Building, Room 7139
Event contact: 
Ian Wilson & Ben Pattison (Tel: 0114 225 3073)

Time: 
4.00-5.30 pm

Speakers

CRESR Seminar - Policy Forum: Participation, justice and community-led energy transitions

Start date: 
Wed, 21/11/2018
Closing date: 
Wed, 21/11/2018
Venue: 
Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus, Stoddart Building, Room 7139
Event contact: 
Ian Wilson & Ben Pattison (Tel: 0114 225 3073)

Time:
3.30-5.00 pm

CRESR Seminar - Generation wars? Intergenerational financial transfers and inequalities in the UK

Start date: 
Wed, 10/10/2018
Closing date: 
Wed, 10/10/2018
Venue: 
Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus, Stoddart Building, Room 7139
Event contact: 
Ian Wilson & Ben Pattison (Tel: 0114 225 3073)

Time:
4.00-5.00 pm

Speaker

Karen Rowlingson
University of Birmingham

Biography

Karen is a Professor of Social Policy in the Department of Social Policy, Sociology and Criminology, as well as being Director of Research for the College of Social Sciences and Deputy Director of the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM).

Professor Barry Goodchild

Job title: 
Senior Research Fellow, BA (Dual Hons), M.Phil, MRTPI

Phone 0114 3531
E-mail b.j.goodchild@shu.ac.uk

Housing for Older People Supply Recommendations (HOPSR) and Extra Care Demand Assessor (ECDA)

HOPSR

Housing for Older People Supply Recommendations (HOPSR) is a new tool to help local authorities understand the requirements for older people's housing in their area.

It is available to use for free here. Upon opening the file enable the macros and select one of the four options in the boxes.

‘Myth’ of full employment exposed

Issued:30/10/17

Report points to 2.3 million unemployed and to big regional and local disparities.

The real level of unemployment is just under 2.3 million, says a report published by Sheffield Hallam University.

This new estimate of unemployment compares with just under 800,000 on the official claimant count and 1.5 million on the government’s preferred measure of unemployment based on its Labour Force Survey.

Lord Kerslake: Home truths needed to fix a broken housing market

CRESR is proud to be one of the founding partners for the new UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE), which is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, Arts and Humanities Research Council, and Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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