I4P Public Lectures
As part of the remit of the Institute a series of Public Lectures will be organised each year, and wherever possible we will record the event. During the coming year these lectures will be covering such themes as: Health and Well Being; Urban Regeneration Practice and Policy; Reforms to the Criminal Justice System and the role of Police and Crime Commissioners; Education Policy and Austerity; Future of Higher Education; and the User and Community Engagement in Service Reform.
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Public Lecture: Thursday 14th June 2018
‘Neoliberalism, Marketisation and Higher Education’
Prof Roger Brown (Southampton Solent University)
Public Lecture: Thursday 21st May 2018
‘Merseyside health – why is it worse than elsewhere?’
Dr Axel Kaehne (Edge Hill University)
Public Lecture: Thursday 23rd April 2018
‘Adult Literacy – Between the lines; trauma, attachment and relational sciences’
Public Lecture: Thursday 16th November 2017
‘Never Again – Social Class and Housing Policy After Grenfell’
Public Lecture: Thursday 27th April 2017
‘Technical and Professional Education: Twenty Years of Policy Making’
Olly Newton (The Edge Foundation)
Public Lecture: Wednesday 26th April 2017
The inevitability of boundaries and boundary work: disability reform and integration of services
Prof Helen Dickinson (University of New South Wales)
Public Event: Thursday 1st December 2016
722 TMX ENGINEER BATTALION Q&A Session
Following a screening of this thought provoking documentary, there was a Q&A session with the Director, Yiannis Koufonikos (Edge hill University) and the UK producer, Tim Kelly (Coventry University)
Public Lecture: Thursday 27th October 2016
Blending, braiding and balancing: combining informal and formal methods of working with communities.
Dr Alison Gilchrist
Public Lecture: Wednesday 12th October 2016
The Role and Relevance of Interdisciplinary Research in Community Activism in a Post Brexit United Kingdom.
Dr Ornette D Clennon (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Public Lecture: Tuesday 14th April 2016
If integration is the answer, what was the question? What next for health and social care partnerships.
Professor Jon Glasby (University of Birmingham)
Public Lecture: Tuesday 22nd March 2016
Researching Public Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Professor Joyce Liddle (Aix Marseille University)
Public Lecture: Tuesday 16th February 2016
Disruptive change: a social good or a waste of people’s lives?
Prof Carolyn Kagan (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Public Lecture: 14th May 2015
Electocracy with Accountabilities? England and Wales’ novel public governance model of Police and Crime Commissioners.
Prof John Raine (University of Birmingham)
Public Seminar: 25th March 2015
Older Care Home Residents & Sexuality/Intimacy
Older people’s understanding of sexuality: lessons from an ESRC funded research project and its implications for social and public policy.
Public Lecture: 4th February 2015
It ain’t what you know, it’s who knows it: User involvement and the secret of knowledge.
Prof Peter Beresford (Brunel University London)
Public Lecture: 19th November 2014
Can participative research emerge from “non-participative” settings? Negotiating community connections and collaborations in health research.
Professor Fiona Poland (University of East Anglia)
Public Lecture: 8th October 2014
Relational Expertise – the key to successful inter-professional working
Professor Anne Edwards (University of Oxford)
Public Lecture: 1st October 2014
Higher Education 2025: Familiar landscape or another country
Professor Peter Scott (Institute of Education)
2014/15 Lecture Programme
Professor John Diamond, Director of the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P), provides an overview of the institute’s lectures and events programme for 2014 and 2015.
An Introduction to I4P
In this video Edge Hill Univeristy Vice Chancellor John Cater introduces I4P and explains what it means to him.
An Overview of I4P
In this video Institute Director Professor John Diamond gives an overview of I4P and the key aims of the Institute. I4P is a cross-disciplinary research and knowledge exchange initiative which will be launching a series of lectures, seminars and listening events over the next year.
Staff Talk I4P
Members of the University’s Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice talk about their research and activities in relation to the remit of I4P.
Dr Mike Hartill, Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Sport
A short animated film with further information about Mike’s research.
Prof John Diamond, Director of I4P
The recent crisis that occurred within the Co-op group.
I4P Launch Events
The official launch of the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice took place on Tuesday 4th February 2014. Hosted at Edge Hill University, the event attracted guests from various public sector organisations and also featured a keynote lecture delivered by Professor Richard Wilkinson
Institute Launch – Keynote Lecture:
Professor Richard Wilkinson
The Social Impact of Inequality
Guests from various public sector organisations:
0:05 – Tristi Brownett (Occupational Health Advisor & Professional)
1:50 – Sian Jay and Mick Taylor (Wigan Council)
5:00 – Julie Atherton (CEO Parenting 2000)
6:05 – David Callaghan (Learning Technology Development Office, EHU)
7:28 – Prof Roger Shannon (Professor of Film & Television, EHU)
Second Launch Event – 15th May 2014
Professor John Diamond, Director of the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P), provides an overview of the Institute’s second launch event scheduled for 15th May 2014.