Andrew Wallace writes about ‘Pandemic solidarities: from despair to where?’ as part of the Discovery Society’s COVID-19 Chronicles. You can read the full piece here.
21/05/2020 – Launch of Northern Exposure webinar series: (Red) Walls, (Brexit) Borders and (Pandemic) Politics
On 21st May 2020, we inaugurated our project seminar series ‘(Red) Walls, (Brexit) Borders and (Pandemic) Politics’ with a webinar featuring a keynote presentation titled ‘Class inequality, community studies and COVID-19‘ from Dr Lisa McKenzie, Assistant Professor in Department of Sociology at Durham University. Professor Adrian Favell chaired the well-attended two-hour session. The talk was followed…
5-6th March 2020. Organisation and co-direction with Dan Wincott of 2 day workshop meeting of projects (at the University of Leeds) as part of the UK in a Changing Europe ‘Governance after Brexit’ programme with representatives from the ESRC, local and national government, and impact/engagement specialists
4th February 2020. Adrian Favell delivered a research presentation to the School of Geography & Planning, University of Liverpool.
28th January 2020. Adrian Favell spoke to government officers, policy stakeholders and community representatives as an expert panellist at the launch of the annual ESRC University of Essex ‘Understanding Society’ report.
22nd October 2019. Paul Bagguley and Roxana Barbulescu were invited talk at a workshop about the Northern Exposure project
21/08/2019 – Media coverage: Ethnic communities in northern England “ignored” in light of Brexit, report says
Our policy briefing with the Runnymede Trust on Class, Race and Inequality in Northern Towns (Aug 2019), has been discussed in the Eastern Eye. The full article can be read here: ‘Ethnic communities in northern England “ignored” in light of Brexit, report says’
20-23 August 2019. Adrian Favell will present the Northern Exposure project at the European Sociological Association conference in Manchester, August 2019, with a paper entitled: ‘Northern Exposure: Fear, Loathing and Hope in the North of England after Brexit’.
Our policy briefing with the Runnymede Trust on Class, Race and Inequality in Northern Towns (Aug 2019), has been covered in The Guardian, in an article titled ‘Obsession with white working class fuels inequality in north, study warns’. The article can be read here. The policy briefing received coverage on BCC Radio Leeds. Professor Adrian…
Our policy briefing with the Runnymede Trust on Class, Race and Inequality in Northern Towns (Aug 2019), is discussed by Kenan Malik as part of The Guardian’s Opinion section. The full piece can be read here: ‘Inequality in the north of England is about far more than race’