‘Community’ is an enduring theme in public policy and social research. Communities of place, interest and identity are sites of contestation, care and control in an increasingly individualized, yet also inter-connected, world.
The Communities and Social Justice (CSJ) research group comprises academic staff and postgraduate researchers, whose work focuses on community-based action for socially just change.
Specialisms in the Department include:
Key questions explored by members of this group include:
For further information and details of meetings, contact email@example.com
CSJ Term 2 research theme meetings
Communities and Social Justice postcard
Centre for Social Justice and Community Action
For further information regarding the Lived Experience event, taking place in March 2023, please view the following page: Live Experience March 2023
Postgraduate researcher Stephanie Daw outlines her research into how Covid-19 has affected LGBT+ young people's transitions to adulthood.