Imiscoe Spring Conference 2016

Using mixed-methods in social network analysis

University of Greenwhich – 11 January 2016

A training course with Dr Alessio D’Angelo; Dr Louise Ryan; Dr Cecile Emery. The event is promoted by the British Sociological Association (BSA) Social Network Analysis Group (SNAG).

For further information and to book a place visit:…/busin…/CBNAWS16/schedConf/index

Young people at risk of becoming NEET: evidence, policies and challenges

13 November 2015, Middlesex University

Organised by the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC), this conference will bring together stakeholders, policy makers and researchers working on education and school-to-work transitions at a European, national and local level.

My colleagues and I will present the preliminary findings of an extensive survey with schools across several sites in England, carried out as part of the wide-scale EU-funded project, Reducing Early School Leaving in Europe (

For further information click here.

Justice Cuttings

legal aid cuts and experiences of accessing justice for those in need
November 9th, 2015, London

I am co-convening this event on the impact of legal aid and other funding cuts on access to justice for those in need. The initiative is funded by the Social Policy Association (SPA) and organised in partnership between Middlesex University and Toynbee Hall.

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SPRC 25th Anniversary – 4 March 2015

On Wednesday 4 March (from 2.00pm) the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) at Middlesex University will host a symposium celebrating our work, new publications and contributions to researching migration, social diversity and inequalities.

The event will also include the inaugural lecture of Professor Louise Ryan (from 5.00-6.00pm) and finish with drinks and refreshments.

The full programme of the event and the speakers will be available in January 2015, so for now please save the date in your 2015 diaries and we look forward to seeing you on 4 March 2015. More SPRC news on: and

New large-scale EU migrations to the UK and the challenging of free movement

New paper by Alessio D’Angelo & Eleonore Kofman at the international the conference:

Old Routes, New Migrants: Lessons from the South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis.

3-4 December 2014, Université de Liège (Belgium)
CEDEM event with the support of FRS-FNRS and the University of Liège.

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Training: Using Mixed-Methods in Social Network Analysis

Tuesday 13 January 2015, 10:00-17:00
Hamilton House, University of Greenwich, London

A training event organised by the Social Network Analysis Group (SNAG) of the British Sociological Association (BSA) with the University of Greenwich and Middlesex University

Instructors: Alessio D’Angelo, Louise Ryan, Paola Tubaro, University of Greenwich

For further information please visit the SNAG webpage: