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
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.
We are pleased to release our first Working Paper, written by Dr Grace Whitfield and Dr Kate Hamblin.Read more about New Working Paper: Technology in social care: spotlight on the English policy landscape, 2019-2022
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.
A new CARE MATTERS podcast episode hosted by Dr Rachael Black, with special guests Liz Naylor and Chris Sterry, exploring the ‘invisibilities’ of Social Care.Read more about CARE MATTERS podcast- The Invisibilities of Social Care: perspectives from unpaid carers
To mark Carers Rights Day 2022, we have collaborated with Carers UK on a new report entitled ‘Cycles of caring: transitions in and out of unpaid care’, and added insights into the nature of unpaid care in the UKRead more about New report in partnership with Carers UK for Carers Rights Day 2022
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 (August-October 2022)