As part of the remit of the Institute a series of public seminars is organised each year. During the coming year ISR will host a number of events (the majority of which are open to the public) covering such themes as: Health and Well Being; the User and Community Engagement in Service Reform and the Annual ISR Public Lecture. Who is ISR? Find out more HERE
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|01 Apr 2020
CANCELLED: What Makes a Good Church?
John Davis, ISR Visiting Fellow
This event is the latest in the series of ISR’s ‘What Makes A Good Society?’ sessions which are intended to engage the public, professionals and practitioners as well as academics. This time we are focusing on the church. One seminar cannot possibly cover the whole range of churches across the world but as an ‘old stager’ in Christian ministry join ISR Visiting Fellow John Davis as he muses on what a ‘good church in 21st century ‘ might look like.
With regret we announce that this event has been cancelled on the basis of advice about coronavirus.
|21 May 2020
CREATE Network Meeting
Inclusion and Belonging: Methodological perspectives
The CREATE network was founded to promote and celebrate research which is emancipatory, interdisciplinary and promotes community engagement and real-world issues, in democratic, humanistic ways. This network meeting is being held as part of a Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN) study day, generously sponsored by CARN and ISR.
|18 Jun 2020
Evidence Network for Renting – Inaugural Conference:
‘Renting in 2020 and Beyond: Development of a Shared Research and Policy Agenda’
CALL FOR PAPERS: With the launch of the new Evidence Network for Renting, EN4R are now inviting papers for their inaugural conference, sponsored by the Housing Studies Association and the Institute for Social Responsibility.
|26 Jun 2020
CANCELLED: Victims of Terrorism and State Responses
The Law and Criminology Department at Edge Hill University, alongside the Institute for Social Responsibility and in partnership with The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation have collaborated to present an interdisciplinary-based conference looking at how the criminal justice system accommodates and assists the victims of terrorism. The event is sponsored by The Modern Law Review Seminar Fund.
With regret we announce that this event has been postponed on the basis of advice about coronavirus.
Disclaimer: The views of the speakers do not represent the views of the University. Any under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
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