Impact Acceleration Account - Projects in the news

Read about the recent successes of Leeds' social scientists and projects that have received support through our Impact Acceleration Account (IAA).

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LSSI Impact Brochure 2019

Our new impact brochure is now available to view and download. Read about what we have achieved so far through our Impact Acceleration Account (IAA)...

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Engaging Policy

View visual summaries from our recent ‘Engaging Policy’ event.

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Engage with LSSI

Find out more about how you can engage with LSSI and the benefits available to external partners through our Impact Acceleration Account.

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Leeds Social Sciences Institute (LSSI) is committed to fostering collaborations that can produce ‘research with impact’. It supports interdisciplinarity and promotes relations with external partners in the public, private and third sectors, on a local, national and international scale. The cross-faculty support that LSSI provides for the social science at Leeds is targeted in three key areas:

  1. Developing and promoting interdisciplinary research excellence
  2. Maximising impact, knowledge exchange, and public and policy engagement
  3. Delivering skills training and capacity building opportunities in order to equip the next generation of research leaders.

News & Events

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  The report, ‘Mapping the UK’s Hajj Sector: Moving towards communication and consensus’  was supported by our ESRC IAA ‘Responsive...

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A policy briefing, prepared by Leeds’ Commission on Diversity in the North and The Runnymede Trust calls for racial inequalities...

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  Leeds Social Sciences Institute (LSSI) is looking for a new ‘Engagement Officer’. This new post is a unique opportunity...

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This event was supported by LSSI White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership (WRDTP) Business Boost Funding. The ‘left-behind’ English towns have long...

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Speaker: Dr Ghazala Mir (School of Medicine, University of Leeds). Ghazala's presentation will be on "Variations by Group - How can we reduce ethnic and religious group inequalities in the labour market."

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    Following a growing debate about the value, contribution and challenges of doing co-production research, the Leeds Social Sciences...

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This is free training, provided by ‘Research Retold’ for the Leeds Social Sciences Institute. Registration is open to researchers (incl....

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Speaker: Professor Chris Forde (Leeds University Business School). Chris will present on "Temporary agency working in the UK: current challenges and agendas."

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