Our research is unified by a common concern with social justice. This means addressing the realities of marginalised groups, giving witness to experiences of everyday life, identifying issues of recognition and representation, and informing policy, practice and the wider public.
One of our aims is to promote knowledge exchange through close partnerships with stakeholders, including working together with service users, government departments, national charities, and third sector organisations. Our research centres provide a forum for collaboration and exchange of ideas and ensure that our impact is meaningful and enduring.
- 09 June 2023 (13:00-16:30)
- E07, Monica Partridge Building, University Park
- This workshop intends to continue the conversation around the promise of militant research in border and migration studies.
- 04 July 2023 (14:30-18:00)
- E07 Monica Partridge Building, University of Nottingham
89% of our research outputs have been ranked as world-leading and internationally excellent in the Research Excellence Framework 2021. Our research has real-world impact - three of our impact case studies have been assessed as outstanding.