Impact Update Blog post by Cathy Ashley (Family Rights Group), Karen Broadhurst and Claire Mason (Centre for Child and Family Justice Research Lancaster University)
The BASW Kay McDougall British Journal of Social Work Prize is awarded to the best article, as decided by the BJSW Editorial Board and in agreement with BASW, in one volume based on; Breadth of scholarship, Sophistication of theory, Rigour of research,Relevence to practice, International appeal
Watch us talk about Brexit, Donald Trump and the Changing Political Climate: perspectives from our postgraduate programmes.
Feminist Powerhouse North West is a student research network open to PhD students interested in interdisciplinary, cross-subject feminist work, and we are looking for members to join us.
Lucy Suchman has been busy with plans for the annual meeting of the 4S in Boston in August of this year. This has included engagement with prospective participants and also sister societies in developing a response to recent political developments in the US.
We had a ball celebrating International Women's Day 2017 with our colleagues and students on the 8th March!
Booking is now opened for a one-day conference on New Ways of Measuring Change in Violence against Women and Men.
Social work students discuss and critically evaluate their recent skills development day with their tutor.
The Department of Sociology, Lancaster is thrilled to announce that once again we have been ranked within the top 50 Sociology departments Globally.