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Louise O’Connor is coordinating a one-day event on social work in the intersections of gender, culture race & disability. June 21st. See booking information on Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/social-work-in-the-intersections-of-gender-culture-race-and-disability-improving-everyday-practice-tickets-24989284623

 

 

 

The Department of Social Work is delighted to announce that we have a fee waiver for a Home/EU student to enrol on our PhD or Professional Doctorate Programme starting in October 2016. We are therefore encouraging applications from individuals who are interested in pursuing doctoral studies. Closing date  for applications is: 17th June 2016. For an initial discussion contact Dr Frank Keating on frank.keating@rhul.ac.uk

Thursday 17th December 2015

Anna Gupta contributes to Conversation article on speedier adoptions

Anna Gupta contributes to Conversation article on speedier adoptions
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Anna Gupta, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Work, has contributed to an article assessing the impact of speedier adoptions
Date:
17/12/2015

Tony Evans and Frank Keating edit new book on Social Work policy

Tony Evans and Frank Keating edit new book on Social Work policy
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Professor Tony Evans and Dr Frank Keating edit a new book on Social Work and Policy
Date:
17/12/2015
Monday 12th May 2014

Men from ethnic minorities take longer to recover from mental illness, study finds

Men from ethnic minorities take longer to recover from mental illness, study finds
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Men from ethnic minorities suffering from mental health problems in the UK can take longer to recover than white men as they are more reluctant to seek professional help, according to research at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Date:
12/05/2014
Tuesday 8th April 2014

Anna Gupta: 'Cinderella law' proposals are unhelpful and draconian

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Anna Gupta: 'Cinderella law' proposals are unhelpful and draconian
Date:
08/04/2014
Tuesday 1st April 2014

Anna Gupta: UK must rethink how it handles trafficked and migrant children

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Senior Lecturer Anna Gupta writes for The Conversation.
Date:
01/04/2014
Friday 10th January 2014

Child trafficking victims being let down by Government, say experts

Child trafficking victims being let down by Government, say experts
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As Human Trafficking Awareness Day is marked across the world today, experts from Royal Holloway have condemned the Government for failing to put the welfare of child trafficking victims above concerns about immigration control.
Date:
10/01/2014
Thursday 7th November 2013

A Royal Holloway first: Kate Leonard awarded Senior Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy

A Royal Holloway first: Kate Leonard awarded Senior Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy
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Kate Leonard awarded Senior Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy
Date:
07/11/2013
Thursday 11th July 2013

Lack of cultural understanding makes forced marriage victims wary of social services, study finds

Lack of cultural understanding makes forced marriage victims wary of social services, study finds
Description
Victims of forced marriage and honour violence in the UK are hesitant to seek professional help because they are worried social workers will not understand their cultural differences, according to new research presented today at Royal Holloway.
Date:
11/07/2013
Friday 1st February 2013

Prospective MSc Social Work students

Prospective MSc Social Work students
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Prospective Social Work students can still apply.
Date:
01/02/2013
Monday 12th November 2012

Royal Holloway student nominated for 'Most Deserving' prize

Royal Holloway student nominated for 'Most Deserving' prize
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Carol Baker, a social work student who juggles her studies with several part-time jobs, has been nominated for a national competition.
Date:
12/11/2012
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