I-SPHERE hosts a series of online seminars throughout the year with guest speakers from across the UK and beyond.
We are currently working on dates for our next seminars – in the meantime you can watch previous events again below.
Meeting the needs of BAME households in England – the role of the planning system
Amy Bristow presents her research for I-SPHERE and the Oak Foundation on how the planning system in England is reinforcing racial inequality and calls for reform. Read the report and Exec summary at Meeting the housing needs of BAME households in England: the role of the planning system – I-SPHERE (hw.ac.uk) Time: Sep 22, 2021 03:45pm Meeting […]
When and why might choice in public services have intrinsic (dis) value
Presented by Aveek Bhattacharyra
Dangerous liaisons? Applying the social harm perspective to the inequality, housing and health trifecta
Presented by Craig Gurney, University of Glasgow
Compromising capabilities: a case study of Indigenous people’s homelessness experiences in Seattle, USA
Presented by Melissa Espinoza
Presented by Professor John McKendrick, Glasgow Caledonia University
Young people, food insecurity and COVID 19
Presented by I-SPHERE and Oak Foundation 2020 research intern Charlotte McPherson
Moral Framing of Drug Testing of Welfare Recipients in Australia
Presented by Katie Curchin from Australian National University
Cultivating the ethical society: charity and welfare in contemporary society
Presented by Cameron Parsell and Andrew Clarke
I need to commission an evaluation – where do I start?
I-SPHERE in partnership with the Oak Foundation and UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) are running an online event aimed at voluntary or public sector organisations in the housing and homelessness sector who want to commission research or evaluation. It will be an opportunity to hear more about the benefits of undertaking research and […]
Human Rights, freedom and social citizenship in times of pandemic
Presented by Koldo Casla