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Podcasts in 2015

15 December 2015

What are they key factors to successful therapy? This series, produced by Meg Barker, Naomi Moller and Andreas Vossler (CCIG Intimate Relationships research programme) looks at three elements important to producing a positive outcome. Firstly, the therapist and client need to have a good relationship. Secondly, the therapist needs need to be able to give the client their full attention.

15 December 2015

On November 12 & 13, 2015, the OU organised an advanced postgraduate research school on methods with leading academics in the field. Further details about the event here.

29 June 2015

In June, 2015, Jacqui Gabb gave at talk at a the Queer Kinship and Relationships conference organised in Poland (Zalesie, Masuria, Poland, 8th-11th June 2015).

23 June 2015
In this podcast, Georgina Blakeley explains why Francoist deputies voted overwhelmingly for the 1976 Law for Political Reform which brought about their own political demise.
16 June 2015

Postgraduate Seminar - Faculty of Social Sciences, The Open University

This event was organised on Friday, 15 May 2015 and was organised by Elizabeth B Silva (details here).

16 June 2015

This keynote was part of the CCIG Lecture series Being on the line: citizenship, identities and governance in times of crises. In this lecture series, leading CCIG researchers put social sciences on the line. It was held in London on May 20, 2015.

A UK referendum on Europe: could the public decide?

This lecture was given by Kesi Mahendran (Lecturer in Social Psychology and Director of the CCIG Enactments Programme).

16 June 2015

On May 12, 2015, the CCIG Digital Citizen Research programme organised an event with Engin Isin and Evelyn Rupert.

13 February 2015

For more than forty years, Sue Himmelweit has been researching the politics and economics of care and gender inequalities. She has tirelessly worked towards ‘making visible the hidden economy’ of women’s contributions to the national good.


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