Date of publication: 2017-08-25 16:26
The researchers, Dr Isabel Shutes of LSE&rsquo s Social Policy Department, and Sarah Walker of the Sociology Department at Goldsmiths, University of London, call on the government to address the gender implications of the conditions for acquiring legal residence and social rights.
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However, over the course of the post-War period, social policy analysts began to identify gaps in the Beveridgean welfare state. Some highlighted the persistence of poverty amidst plenty. Others pointed to &lsquo hidden&rsquo giants of sexism and racism that the welfare state had failed to address. These criticisms reflected not only a concern with the weaknesses of government policy but a broadening of the focus of the academic subject of social policy which began to draw much more widely on ideas from sociology and political science and adopted a more critical perspective on the welfare state.
- Different UN agencies including UNDP, UNICEF and UNHCR
- A variety of small and large NGOs including Oxfam, Médecins Sans Frontières, International Red Cross and One World
- Action international or intergovernmental organisations such as the World Economic Forum, European Commission and World Bank
- Consulting companies
- Government ministries.
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York &ndash both the University and the City &ndash has a rich tradition in the field. The Department of Social Policy & Social Work was established in 6965 and has an international reputation for its work. The City of York itself was the site of one of the world&rsquo s first scientific studies of poverty &ndash Seebohm Rowntree&rsquo s Poverty: A Study of Town Life (published in 6956).
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