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Social Policy Research Centre

Established in 1990, the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) is an interdisciplinary, cross-departmental centre, initiating and supporting high quality research of national and international standing.We aim to investigate and raise awareness on a range of social and public policy issues, with a particular emphasis on social justice. Using innovative methodologies, we produce evidence and provide cutting-edge analysis in order to contribute to academic debates, inform policy-development and make a real impact on local, national and international practice.

Our key areas of work are:

  • Inequality and discrimination
  • Migration and citizenship
  • Gender, Sexuality and Feminism
  • Labour, work, labour markets
  • Community engagement and activism
  • Research methods and data analysis

The SPRC actively promotes the development of social policy, public policy and research methods teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. One of our priorities is to ensure that the research and knowledge transfer activities we undertake feed directly into Middlesex University programmes and offer opportunities for academic and professional learning for our students.

Dr. Alessio D’Angelo; Professor Eleonore Kofman;

Academic Members: Dr. Anastasia Christou; Dr.Mujde Erdinc Kliem; Dr. Carly Guest; Professor Dave Hill; Dr. Erica Howard; Neil Kaye; Magdolna Lőrinc; Dr. Daniela Lup; Dr. Nicola Montagna; Dr. Phoebe Moore; Dr. Magali Peyrefitte; Dr. Rachel Seoighe.

For further information about our research,
publications and events visit our website: www.sprc.info

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