Online events and presentation recordings
In this seminar series we invite colleagues, partners and experts, whose work aligns with the mission of our Centre, to share their work with us and our audiences, to deepen our understanding of the critical issues in social care in the UK and around the world.
We are pleased to welcome Professor Mary Larkin, Jenny Kartupelis MBE and Dr Manik Gopinath from the Open University to present an online seminar on Tuesday 23rd January 2024.Read More about Seminar: ‘The value and practice of relational care with older people’
Previous and recordings
We partnered with the Nuffield Trust to host a webinar on 7th June 2023, which explored shared challenges in implementing social care reform.Read More about How do we ‘unstick’ social care reform across the four UK countries?
On Tuesday 23rd May we virtually welcomed Dr Fiona Macdonald, Policy Director in the Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute. A recording of this presentation will be made available soon.Read More about Individualising Risk: Paid Care Work in the New Gig Economy
Watch it again: On Tuesday 18th April 2023 we welcomed Dr James Wright to discuss his first book, ‘Robots Won’t Save Japan: An Ethnography of Eldercare Automation’Read More about Are robots the solution to Japan’s care crisis?
Event date: 9th May 2023. Recording now available.Read More about Social Care in the UK’s Four Nations: Between Two Paradigms
Professor Catherine Needham and Patrick Hall from the University of Birmingham present their research.
Seminar recording now available! We welcomed Dr Ethel Tungohan from York University, Toronto, to virtually present her work.Read More about Care Work during COVID from the Perspectives of Filipina Im/migrant Workers
7th February 2023. Seminar recording now available! We welcomed Dr Kelly Hall from the University of Birmingham, to virtually present her work.Read More about Exploring the contribution of social enterprises to adult social care in England.
Seminar recording now available! We welcomed Dr Maria Teresa Ferazzoli and Dr Julie Walsh to present their work.Read More about Everyday Bordering in the UK: Translating the voices of migrant family members into a resource for practitioners.