Events

Speaker: Professor Iyiola Solanke (School of Law, University of Leeds). Iyiola will present on “Discrimination as a Virus.”
Speaker: Pamela Searle León (Doctoral Researcher, Leeds University Business School). Pamela will give a presentation on the topic of behavioural issues around annuity selections.
Speakers: Professor Laura Galloway (Edinburgh Business School) & Dr Isla Kapasi (Leeds University Business School) will give a presentation on ‘Enterprise on Low Income: Motive, value and experiences’.

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Register here #LinkingLeeds DWP Day at University of Leeds – life as a DWP analyst ‘reflections, analysis and methodology’ This day is part of the successful #LinkingLeeds series of events which aims to connect research with policy and has seen researchers at Leeds at other Universities building strong connections with policy-makers, analysts and strategists at…
This seminar is part of the ‘Linking Leeds’ seminar series; developed in collaboration with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), in order to help foster richer connections between the academic and policy worlds. The Linking Leeds seminar series provides opportunities to hear from both leading Social Scientists at the University of Leeds as well…
REGISTER HERE Leeds Social Science Institute (LSSI) aims to maximise research impact and support interdisciplinary social science research at Leeds. One of the focus areas associated with our new ESRC Impact Acceleration Account is Policy Engagement – our aim is to support the connection of high quality social science research taking place inside the University,…
Further information about the showcase can be found on the event website This event will mark the end of a period of funding from ESRC that the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York were awarded back in early 2018. The funding has provided a platform for these three institutions to develop new and existing relationships between the…
This seminar is part of the ‘Linking Leeds’ seminar series; developed in collaboration with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), in order to help foster richer connections between the academic and policy worlds. The Linking Leeds seminar series provides opportunities to hear from both leading Social Scientists at the University of Leeds as well…
*Register for your place here* Inequalities are often created and kept in place by multiple systems that reinforce poverty, discrimination and social exclusion. People from excluded groups experience numerous layers of inequality that affect almost every area of their lives at the same time. This workshop will explore whether equity networks currently working separately in…
This seminar is part of the ‘Linking Leeds’ seminar series; developed in collaboration with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), in order to help foster richer connections between the academic and policy worlds. The Linking Leeds seminar series provides opportunities to hear from both leading Social Scientists at the University of Leeds as well…
This seminar is part of the ‘Linking Leeds’ seminar series; developed in collaboration with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), in order to help foster richer connections between the academic and policy worlds. The Linking Leeds seminar series provides opportunities to hear from both leading Social Scientists at the University of Leeds as well…
Young people, skills and prospects in employment: policy, practice and inclusiveness. Developing understanding of what works and why A conference co-hosted by the University of Leeds and Leeds City Council and supported through the ESRC IAA DTP Business Boost fund. Overview In a context of increasing concerns about skills shortages and worsening job prospects for many…
The aim of this afternoon workshop is to draw from experiences, developments and lessons of research co-production across the arts, humanities and social sciences in different sectors and areas of policy, service delivery and practice – both in the UK and beyond 12:30 – 12:50 – Networking lunch – please inform Hannah Crow (h.e.crow@leeds.ac.uk) of…