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Social Justice Research in the NE: presentations and opportunities

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Politics Building

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE2 4HQ

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At this afternoon's event, we will here from four groups of final year Newcastle University students who have been working with Citizens Advice Newcastle, AgeUK and Changing Lives on projects that will help these organisations move forward with their work.

We hope you will be able to join us for lunch to start at 12:30, followed by presentations during the afternoon and plenty of time to chat with other organisations and Newcastle University staff. The workshop will be held in Room G.22 of the Politics Building on the Newcastle University campus, next to the Robinson Library.

Provisional schedule:

12:30: Lunch

1:15-1:45: Accessing Public Services for Those Experiencing Homelessness, in partnership with Changing Lives

1:45-2:15: Media Effects on Perceptions of Food Poverty: fictional v. documentary, in partnership with Changing Lives

2:15-2:30: Coffee

2:30-3:00: In-person Advice Services in a DIgital World, in partnership with Citizens Advice Newcastle

3:00-3:30: Impact of neighbourhood characteristics on the elderly experiencing loneliness, in partnership with AgeUK

If your organisation is interested in having our students work on a project next year, please get in touch with Emily Clough (emily.clough@ncl.ac.uk) or Mary Hull (Mary.Hull@ncl.ac.uk).

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