CASE Social Exclusion Seminars
Inequalities across critical areas of life: Looking back over two decades (Social Policies and Distributional Outcomes programme event)
John Hills, Polina Obolenskaya, Polly Vizard, Kerris Cooper and Kritty Treebhoohun
Tuesday 16 July 2019 10:00 - 13:00
This event will be held ONLINE. Please register here
This seminar examines whether social progress across critical areas of life has slowed down and stalled in the second decade of the 21st century. The seminar presents findings from the first work-stream of the Social Policies and Distributional outcomes in a Changing Britain (SPDO) research programme, funded by Nuffield Foundation, which examines the evolution of inequalities in outcomes across multidimensional domains, by characteristics including age, gender, disability, ethnicity, socio-economic group and area, over the first two decades of the 21st century.
Presentations by John Hills, Polina Obolenskaya, Polly Vizard, Kerris Cooper and Kritty Treebhoohun will bring together our findings for the living standards domain (on inequalities in economic outcomes and child poverty) with findings for the physical safety / security and health domains, and new analysis of social attitudes.
Presentations and Audio Recordings:
Changes in attitudes to welfare, inequality and immigration over 20 years: Not such a divided Britain?
- Kerris Cooper and Tania Burchardt
Going backwards? The stalling and reversal of progress in reducing child poverty in Britain and the groups of children that have been affected
- Polly Vizard, Polina Obolenskaya and Kritika Treebhoohun
Flat-lining or seething beneath the surface? Two decades of changing economic inequality in
- Polina Obolenskaya and John Hills
Measuring violent crime: who is really most at risk?
- Kerris Cooper and Polina Obolenskaya
Psychological distress and mental health inequalities in the period since the financial crisis
- Polly Vizard and Kritika Treebhoohun