As pressure on the government rises to adopt a newly proposed working definition of Islamophobia, Professor Sayyid’s contribution to the parliamentary group’s work has been recognised in the Observer.
A major new social science project will examine the implications of Brexit on race relations, new migrations and Northerners’ sense of place and belonging.
Members of the School of Sociology and Social Policy participate in a high level policy briefing in association with the Runnymede Trust, hosted by British Future and the Cadbury Barrow Foundation.
We are delighted to announce that Social Policy at Leeds have been ranked 6th in the UK by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
SSP has launched a new project working with marginalised citizens to contribute towards ‘social change tackling poverty’ at the local and national level.