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Evaluating Policies Preventing Violence and Recidivism

Overview. A three-year Economics PhD scholarship for candidates who wish to evaluate a preventative public policy against recidivism, which consists of a one-to-one mentoring programme targeted to young men serving short sentences in prison. Read more

4 x 4 Year PhD - Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Studentships

Application deadline. 31st March 2022. Interviews May/June. Start date. 26th September 2022. OVERVIEW. Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Graduate Teaching Assistants Scheme (GTA) . Read more

Regenerative Tourism: A community based approach for post-industrial Scottish towns (PHDBCI2122001)

Recent research has evidenced some of the major issues in tourism including the social impacts on local communities, the environmental degradation of unique and fragile ecosystems and the financial problems of over-reliance on a mono-economic strategy. Read more

Torture and its aftermaths in Northern Ireland

Applications are invited for DfE (NI) doctoral studentship offered by Human Geography in the School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast, to start in October 2022. Read more

Three fully funded +3 (three year) ESRC PhD Studentships available from October 2022

Applications are open for three +3 (three year) ESRC funded PhD Studentships to commence in autumn 2022. These will be linked to the newly awarded ESRC Centre for Sociodigital Futures (CenSoF), a £10m/five year flagship investment from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Read more

Measuring and managing what counts - implementing the wellbeing approach to government and governance (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/LHRM/FRENCH)

Governments, international organisations and social alliances are increasingly adopting high-level ‘outcomes’ or ‘wellbeing’ frameworks to catalyse transitions toward sustainable development (Sachs 2012) and collective wellbeing (Stiglitz 2019; Costanza et al. Read more

Digital health and social care delivery: The impact of digital exclusion on older adults in deprived coastal communities

This PhD will provide novel understandings of how older people can address widening disconnections in their care as remote consultations and monitoring and staff recruitment crises dramatically shift post-pandemic health and social care landscapes. Read more

Maximising patient portal engagement in older people

Patient portals consist of a website that links to a patient’s medical records and provides access to information and functionality such as test results, appointment bookings, repeat prescriptions and secure messaging with healthcare professionals. Read more

Gendered Violence and Restorative Justice

The project aims to bring together two very timely and important areas of research, namely gendered violence and restorative justice, which currently spark debate here in Scotland and beyond, but which practice is in quite high demands by victims/survivors as we know from previous research (see eg. Read more

Modern Slavery in Literature: Searching for the Subaltern

Modern slavery involves the exploitation of a person in a form of incarceration for the financial or personal benefit of another; the exploitation can take many forms including labour, criminal or sexual exploitation, domestic servitude or organ harvesting. Read more

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