The Family and Household in Social Policy webinar series aims to open the following questions for debate within the academic community of social policy: How do demographic patterns, family structures and living arrangements change over time? How has social policy -both as a discipline and a practice- responded to these changes so far? What do these changes mean for the future of social policy?
Please see details of the three upcoming online webinars below and sign-up at the links.
The Family and Household in Social Policy webinar series is organised by Volkan Yilmaz, Theo Papadopoulos and Antonios Roumpakis with support from a Social Policy Association Opportunity Grant.
The nest redefined: Global family changes
Date: 4pm (UTC), December 2 (Friday)
Speaker: Chia Liu (University of St. Andrews)
Moderator: Antonios Roumpakis (University of York)
Registration link: https://dcu-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9U84sGkzT_qcZg4U97pKNQ
The rise (and fall?) of neoliberal feminism
Date: 3pm (UTC), December 9 (Friday)
Speaker: Catherine Rottenberg (University of Nottingham)
Moderator: Theo Papadopoulos (University of Bath)
Registration link: https://dcu-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jqmMP722RFa4_Q-Zl5zLww
Institutional and attitudinal aspects of demographic dynamics
Date: 3pm (UTC), December 13 (Tuesday)
Speaker: Daniela Bellani (SNS)
Moderator: Volkan Yilmaz (Dublin City University)
Registration link: https://dcu-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jgp-B0XmTKSstqWnoOB4OA