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Integrating citizens into Europe’s clean energy transition

Dr Mark Davis and Dr Stephen Hall have secured three years of EU Horizon 2020 research funding, to explore how energy “prosumerism” can help to build a more sustainable future.

Dr Rodanthi Tzanelli, Associate Professor of Cultural Sociology, has presented her research 'Dark Leisure: On Gendered and Racialised Atmospheres of Terror in Contemporary Capitalism.'

Image of coins being moved by toys.

The Bauman Institute at the School of Sociology and Social Policy has launched a project to assess crowdfunding as a method of alternative financing for public sector bodies.

Student shares experiences of Q-Step at the Leeds Engagement Showcase

Third year Social Policy and Sociology student Fiona Powell was one of 12 inspiring students to share their stories of community engagement at Leeds.

Parents of disabled children provide equivalent of three full-time jobs of caregiving.

A recent study conducted by Dr Lisa Buckner shows that parents of disabled children are routinely providing over 100 hours of care per week - the equivalent of working three full-time jobs.