Upcoming Events

President’s Luncheon 2019

The Academy’s prestigious annual President’s Luncheon will be held on Monday 16 December 2019 at the magnificent Drapers’ Hall in the City of London. This year’s event will be particularly special as it marks the end of Professor Sir Ivor Crewe’s term as President of the Academy.  Ivor has been an outstanding President and we all… Read more »

Brexit and Populism at the Academy Annual Lecture 2019

We are delighted to announce that Professor Matthew J. Goodwin, from the Department of Politics and International Relations, Rutherford College, University of Kent will deliver the 2019 Annual Academy Lecture. Matthew is a leading academic, author and speaker known for his work on Britain and Europe, political volatility and risk, populism, Brexit and elections. He… Read more »

President’s Lunch 2018

The Academy’s prestigious annual President’s Lunch will be set in the President’s own college where he is Master – University College Oxford. This highlight of the Academy’s social calendar will afford excellent networking opportunities in this historic surrounding. The University College, Oxford is the oldest college in Oxford or Cambridge. The speaker this year will… Read more »

4th Annual Centre for Behaviour Change Conference – Behaviour Change for Health: Digital & Beyond, 21-22 Feb 2018

The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change, in partnership with the UCL Institute for Digital Health and e-coaching for Health and Wellbeing, is delighted to confirm its fourth internationally-renowned conference.

IAG Seminar 4: Historical and International Perspectives on Health, 4 December

This half-day seminar in the new series on evidence-based policy will take the form of ‘conversations’ between researchers and policy advisers/users, followed by group discussions. The seminar will serve as a forum at which participants from different national and disciplinary perspectives discuss and develop ideas for projects and articles in a themed issue of a journal.

International and Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives on Evidence-based Policy – Seminar 3: Digital Society, 18 May

This half-day seminar in the new series on evidence-based policy will take the form of ‘conversations’ between researchers and policy advisers/users, followed by group discussions. The seminar will serve as a forum at which participants from different national and disciplinary perspectives discuss and develop ideas for projects and articles in a themed issue of the Academy’s journal.

How will the UK prosper outside of the EU? Conference booking now open

A day conference in association with the Society of Business Economists and the Scottish Economic Society.

Wednesday 10th May 2017

33 Finsbury Square, London.

Seminar: Pathways to Sustainability in a Changing Environment

As part of its new seminar series on International and Multi-disciplinary Perspectives on Evidence-Based Policy, the Academy’s International Advisory Group is launching the first in its new series of five half-day seminars on 17th January 2017. Seminar 1: PATHWAYS TO SUSTAINABILITY IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT This half-day seminar in the new series on evidence-based policy… Read more »

Evidence Based Policy – New Seminar Series by Academy’s International Advisory Group

In January, the Academy’s International Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Linda Hantrais FAcSS, is launching a new series of five half-day seminars exploring International and Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives on Evidence-Based Policy.

Refugee Issues Study Group event London, 12-12-16

Academy of Social Sciences Refugee Issues Study Group: Inaugural Event with The Centre for Narrative Research, UEL  and The Centre for Research on Migration, Refugees and Belonging, UEL Refugees, Belonging and Society Monday 12th December 2016, 5 – 7pm University of East London, University Square Stratford, Room US.2.30   A panel discussion on contemporary issues… Read more »