Have we become acclimatised to greater inequality?
Monday 11th January 2016, 09:30-16:45 National Science Learning Centre University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD
09:30-09:45 – Coffee
Stephen Crossley (Durham University) „More of a shove than a nudge? “Troubled families”, health and the ‘remasculinisation of the state’
Workshop two:Robert MacDonald (Teesside University)
„The Dog that Didn‟t Bark: Policy Ignorance and the Low-Pay, No-Pay Cycle‟
11:45-12:45-Buffet lunch and networking
13:00-14:15-Plenary presentation: Have we become acclimatised to greater inequality?
Danny Dorling (Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, University of Oxford) & Kate Pickett (Professor of Epidemiology, University of York; co-author of The Spirit Level)
Workshop one:Jonathan Bradshaw (Professor of Social Policy, (University of York), „Child poverty and child health‟
Workshop two:Ruth Patrick (University of Leeds) „Living with inequality: contrasting policy narratives with the lived experiences of welfare reform‟
16:00-16:45 – wrap up, next steps (plenary room, with coffee)
To register please visit: https://www.dur.ac.uk/conference.booking/details/?id=542 (£45 registration, £25 for early career and postgraduates)
ESRC Seminar Series: Revitalising the Health Equity Agenda https://www.dur.ac.uk/sass/research/healthequity