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kayleigh garthwaite

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Kayleigh Garthwaite

Dr Kayleigh Garthwaite, author of Hunger pains: Life inside foodbank Britain, is a Leverhulme Trust funded researcher in the Centre for Health and Inequalities Research, Durham University, UK. Kayleigh explores issues of health inequalities, welfare reform, and austerity through ethnographic research. She is co-author of Poverty and insecurity: Life in 'low-pay, no-pay' Britain (Policy Press, 2012), winner of the 2013 British Academy Peter Townsend Award.

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Bailey, Nick
Nick Bailey is Professor of Urban Studies based in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow. He has published in the fields of housing and urban policy, as well as in poverty, and has advised national and local government on the analysis of poverty and social exclusion. In addition to his involvement in the PSE-UK research team, he has more recently played a leading role in the development of research using administrative data, through both the Urban Big Data Centre at Glasgow, and the Administrative Data Research Centre for Scotland.
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Baines, Susan
Susan Baines is Professor of Social Enterprise at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her research has spanned social policy, innovation, enterprise and civil society and she has published extensively on these themes.
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Bainton, Dave

Bainton, Dave

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Dave Bainton is a lecturer in Education at Goldsmiths College, University of London and works on relationships between education and development in the Global South.
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Baker, Christopher
Professor Chris Baker is William Temple Professor of Religion and Public Life in the Faiths & Civil Society Unit, Goldsmiths, University of London and Director of Research, William Temple Foundation. He critically analyses the impact religion and public life have on politics and public policy in the UK and beyond. He teaches and researches around the relationship between religion and secularism in an increasingly diverse and fluid public sphere. His work is interdisciplinary, including political philosophy, sociology and human geography and public policy.
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