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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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Armstrong, Jo

Armstrong, Jo

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Ascoli, Ugo
Ugo Ascoli is Full Professor of Economic Sociology and Social Policy at the Marche University, Ancona (Italy). He has published many articles and books on the Italian Welfare State, welfare policies and voluntary organizations.
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Askeland, Gurid Aga
Gurid Aga Askeland is social work professor emerita at Diakonhjemmet University College, now VID Specialized University, Norway.
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Atherton, Graeme

Atherton, Graeme

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Dr. Graeme Atherton has been working in access to higher education and social mobility for nearly 20 years. He has led regional, national and international initiatives to increase opportunity in higher education. He is a frequent commentator on social mobility and education in the UK and internationally. As Chair of the World Congress on Access to Post-Secondary Education he is leading a global movement to open up opportunity to benefit from education for learners over the life course across the world.
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Atkinson, Hugh
Hugh Atkinson is senior lecturer in politics at London South Bank University. He is the author of Local democracy, civic engagement and community: from New Labour to the big society (Manchester University Press, 2012). He is a founder member of the PSA specialist group on environmental politics.
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Atkinson, Rowland
Rowland Atkinson is Chair in Inclusive Societies, in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Sheffield. His research crosses urban studies, sociology, geography and criminology and looks at different forms of exclusion and inequality. Among other interests his work has focused on questions of wealth and poverty in societies and the often invisible harms generated by social inequality in urban settings. Rowland lead the first study of gated communities in the UK as well as the first key study of the rich in London and continues to work to connect the lives of the affluent to social problems, he is the author of (with Sarah Blandy) Domestic Fortress.
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