This seminar brings theory, research and practice together across health, early education and social work to address inequalities.
Reducing disparities related to poverty across the sectors can be achieved if our combined efforts are informed by recent research on 'toxic stress', on evidence-based ways to buffer the effects of that stress, and on the long-term consequences on adult health and mental health impacts if early interventions do not buffer the stress.
Download the event flyer for more information on speakers and the case study from Westminster Local Authority.
For more information and to RSVP contact Alfonso Pezzella.
An interdisciplinary conference exploring a range of contemporary issues related to enforcement of maritime claims and the use of regulation of the world’s [...]
Our undergraduate open days are an important opportunity for you to meet academics and support staff, current students and to see our London campus for [...]
A day symposium hosted by Middlesex University's Language and Communication research cluster.
This year's Kurdish Migration Conference will focus on globalisation, diaspora and transnational belonging and will feature Professor Joshua Castellino as [...]