CALLS Hub conference 2018

As the CALLS Hub project draws to a close, we will be holding a final event looking towards the future of the LSs by highlighting students and early career researchers who have used the Longitudinal Studies.

Our day conference will be held in St Andrews on Friday March 23rd. Main themes for the sessions are ‘Social, economic and residential mobility’, ‘Inequalities’ and ‘Lifecourse and the family’. We will also hold a panel discussion on the ways in which LS research impact can be maximised.

The event is free to attend but places are limited so BOOK NOW

Confirmed speakers (programme coming soon):

  • Evan Williams, School of Social and Political Science, University of Glasgow
  • Carolina Zuccotti, EUI Migration Policy Centre, Florence, Italy
  • Mark McCann, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow
  • Deborah Hyden, School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Mark Livingston, Urban Big Data Centre, University of Glasgow
  • Adriana Duta, Institute for Education, Community and Society, University of Edinburgh
  • Megan Yates, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow
  • Wei Xun, Institute of Epidemiology & Health, University College London
  • Matthew Iveson, Dept of Psychology, University of Edinburgh
  • Brad Campbell, School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Tanya Wilson, Division of Economics, University of Stirling
  • Matthew Wallace, INED, France
  • Jennifer Thomson, Institute of Geography and the Lived Environment, University of Edinburgh

Confirmed panellists:

  • Patricia Armstrong OBE, Chief Executive, Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisations (ACOSVO)
  • Rob Davies, Public Affairs Manager, CLOSER
  • Piers Elias, President, British Society of Population Studies
  • Frank Sullivan, Professor of Primary Care, University of St Andrews



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