Inequalities research lunchtime café series

Are you conducting research or work on social inequality?  Do you have questions or experience to share about theory, methods or practical issues in your field? Would you like to increase your understanding of how to address social inequality in your own work?

The Inequalities Research Network invites you to participate in a monthly series of Inequalities Research Cafés. These are designed to offer a working group environment where members can bring their lunch, discuss, and learn from each other about issues surrounding inequalities research from a range of perspectives including theory, methodology, fieldwork practice, and cross-sector cooperation.

Each Café will be organised around a brief introductory presentation, followed by discussion and agenda-setting for future cafés.

Upcoming sessions

Shahab Adris will launch the Inequalities Research Café with a brief discussion of his work with MEND and issues of understanding how Islamophobia manifests itself in the socioeconomic and political landscape of Britain.

The event will be held on Wednesday, 26 October between 12-1 pm in the Worsley Building SR 8.11C, University of Leeds.

The second session will be held on Wednesday, 30 November (venue and speaker TBC) followed by every last Wednesday of the month.

Further information

If you can offer a presentation based on your work or research, or if you would like to raise questions about inequalities research for discussion, please contact Sahil Warsi or Ghazala Mir.

Learn more about the Inequalities Research Network.