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Aging in Nepal - mapping service provision and the role of NGOs in meeting the needs of the elderly in Nepal
Dr Sara Parker (LJMU) and Dr Bijan Pant (Liverpool University) have just completed a one year British Academy Small Grant project exploring the impact and challenges that an aging population presents in Nepal. For the full story click here

LJMU Research Impact Brochure
This new online publication showcases examples of LJMU’s research engagement and impact across the community, industry and business, demonstrating the wider value of the University’s research activities. Impact is right at the front of LJMU research, and this publication considers a range of impacts, from economical, societal and cultural, to policy influence and the ability to inform debate. Click here for the first edition.

Exploring paths between homelessness and imprisonment
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Ministry of Justice and the CCSE explore the challenges for Criminal Justice in the age of austerity
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LJMU Sociology department and the CCSE welcomed the British Sociological Associations 'Sociology of Rights' one day conference.
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Human Rights Lecturer visits South Sudan with ECR award scheme
Katherine Harbord of the CCSE recently visited South Sudan as part of LJMU’s ECR award scheme, where she continued her work with the South Sudan Center for Conflict Resolution (SSCCR) The SSCCR is a local project, doing grassroots work in conflict resolution, working, for example, to reintegrate demobilised child soldiers into the community at a local level but also on broader initiatives to ease South Sudan’s transition to independence on July 9th. For more information visit the SSCCR web page.

CCSE Enterprise Co-ordinator part of cross faculty research evaluating key NHS pilot projects to tackle inequalities and discrimination in the workforce
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New book on Race, Crime and Resistance
Dr. David Tyrer of the CCSE alongside Dr. Tina Patel (University of Salford) have published their new book Race, Crime and Resistance which draws on contemporary theory and a range of case studies to consider racial inequalities within the criminal justice system and related organisations. Exploring the mechanisms of discrimination and exclusion, the book goes beyond superficial assumptions to examine the ensuing processes of mobilisation and resistance across disadvantaged groups. To read a full synopsis click here

Dr. Bala Raju Nikku from the Nepal School of Social Work visits CCSE
Dr. Nikku visited the CCSE to share his experiences of working in Nepal for the last six years with different universities, national and international bodies. Dr. Nikku held a discussion about what is meant by social work in transition countries and how Nepal can/should indigenize and internationalise its social work practice, so that it can move toward to craft a Nepalese model of social work.

CCSE Members celebrate the centenary of International Women's Day
Dr. Kay Standing and Victoria Canning were part of a team of organisers and speakers who made International Womens's Day celebrations a success. For more information click here.

Research Fellowship for CCSE Centre Co-director
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Official book launch 'Our Village, Our Life: Sikles in Focus' for Dr. Sara Parker in Nepal
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No Cop Out for the CCSE
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The Centre collaborate with the GDC and Merseyside Police to highlight the importance of effective monitoring and evaluation.
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LJMU Criminology Conference and Report leads to collaborative work between councillors and young people with new group set to examine the use of dispersal powers.
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