Jayanthi Lingham writes about Arts-based research methods, its role in her research and how it can change the way participants engage in a study. Also, watch Chloe Alexander explain how and why she used Arts-based methods in her PhD research.Read more about Using Arts-based methods for data collection
Our new report, written by Centre for Care colleagues Kate Hamblin and Rachael Black, looks at unpaid carers in South Yorkshire and their use of, and access to, digital technologies and online services.Read more about Digital exclusion and unpaid carers in South Yorkshire
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?
New research by Centre for Care colleagues Maria Petrillo & Matt Bennett, in collaboration with Carers UK, estimates the value of unpaid care in England and WalesRead more about Value of unpaid care in England and Wales now exceeds that of NHS budget
The Centre for Care invites applications for PhD Studentships from time to time. Currently there are no open positions.Read more about PhD Studentships
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
Centre for Care researcher Becky Driscoll provides an update on our recent contributions to government inquiries and committees, relevant to social care and unpaid carers.Read more about Contributions to committees and inquiries (January- March 2023)
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?
This episode is a reflection, in Baroness Andrews’ own words, on the recent report published by the House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee, ‘A “gloriously ordinary life’’: spotlight on adult social care’. The report included evidence submitted by colleagues at the Centre for Care.Read more about Podcast- Reflections on ’A gloriously ordinary life’: In conversation with Baroness Andrews
In this episode of the podcast we’re discussing the new EU Care Strategy, which was formally adopted by the European Commission in December 2022. Becky Driscoll, one of our Research Associates, is joined by guests Stecy Yghemonos (Eurocarers) and Zoe Hughes (Care Alliance Ireland).Read more about Podcast- The EU Care Strategy: a watershed moment for unpaid carers and care workers across Europe?
Centre for Care Deputy Director Matt Bennett explains why recently released Census data on unpaid carers is so important to our research and the policy landscape.Read more about Census 2021 statement
Event date: 9th May 2023. Recording now available.
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