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Welcome to Evidence & Policy's new Editors-in-Chief

Welcome to Evidence & Policy's new Editors-in-Chief

22 Jan 2018
We are delighted to announce that Dr Katherine Smith and Dr Mark Pearson are joining the Evidence & Policy team as the Journal’s new Editors-in-Chief from January 2018. Keep reading
Choice Outstanding Academic Title Winner

Choice Outstanding Academic Title Winner

18 Jan 2018
Congratulations to Shirley Hill, and her book Inequality and African-American Health, for being named an Outstanding Academic Title by Choice! Keep reading
Why does public sexual harassment matter?

Why does public sexual harassment matter?

15 Jan 2018
The announcement today that MPs are launching an inquiry into the public sexual harassment of women and girls is a welcome recognition that finally these experiences matter. Fiona Vera-Gray, author of The Right Amount of Panic, looks at how safety and freedom work together in women’s lives. Read more on our blog
The centrality of poverty

The centrality of poverty

15 Dec 2017
By Glen Bramley, co-editor of Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK Vol. 2. Originally published by Poverty and Social Exclusion on December 8th 2017. Read more on our blog
The relationship between work & health in India

The relationship between work & health in India

14 Dec 2017
Martin Hyde, co-editor of Work and health in India, discusses the relationship between work and health in a country with one of the fastest growing economies in the world and with a labour force of nearly half a billion people. Read more on our blog