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Congratulations to Amelia Alias

Amelia Alias has successfully defended her PhD thesis 'Children's Understanding of Online Data Privacy: A Study On Scottish Primary 6 and Primary 7 Pupils' [30 Nov 2017]

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Award to Michael Adler

Professor Michael Adler has been awarded the annual prize of the Socio-Legal Studies Association for his contributions to the socio-legal community. [30 Nov 2017]

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Dr Anuj Kapilashrami invited as visiting Professor at the University of Tampere (Finland)

Dr Kapilashrami was invited to spend two weeks at the University of Tampere in October, where she gave a series of lecture and workshops. [21 Nov 2017]

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PhD success

Congratulations to Alessio Bertolini on his recent PhD viva [14 Nov 2017]

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PhD Writing Retreat

PhD students gathered for a productive weekend of writing and reading. [08 Nov 2017]

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Disability History Month Event

An event was organiser by the Social Policy Society as part of the Disability History Month. [07 Nov 2017]

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PhD success for Childhood Studies Graduate

Congratulations to Harla Octarra on her recent PhD viva [27 Oct 2017]

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Childhood Studies Graduates publishing success

Two journal articles are now available as part of the Special Journal Issue of Social Inclusion [28 Sep 2017]

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Scepticism over partnership with industry to tackle non-communicable diseases

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh have highlighted scepticism within the global public health community about the effectiveness of partnership approaches for addressing non-communicable diseases such as obesity, heart disease, stroke and diabetes. [20 Sep 2017]

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