Inequalities across the lifecourse

Theme overview
The focus of inequalities research and knowledge exchange is to advance theory, policy and practice by understanding the dynamics of a range of inequalities; for example, those relating to ethnicity/’race’, gender, socio-economic background or disability, as well as the ways these interact at different life stages and across urban and rural places. Our research explores routes or pathways that give rise to specific inequalities; the ways in which such inequalities are maintained and reinforced across the lifecourse; and their impact on outcomes in relation to education, health and social wellbeing generally.
Contact Associate Director: Philomena de Lima
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