Future research leaders from Ghana and Pakistan to work with
29 November 2022
Two international future research leaders, Dr Nkechi Owoo and Dr Tanveer
Ahmed Naveed, have received awards to visit the BPI and work with our
Director, Professor David Gordon
BPI Future Activities Survey 2023
17 November 2022
We want to hear from you! The Bristol Poverty Institute (BPI) are in the process of scoping our activities for 2023, and would love to hear from our community about what you would like us to cover in 2023.
From research to practice: My outreach experience in Africa - new BPI Blog by Cynthia L Fonta
15 November 2022
School for Policy Studies PhD Researcher Cynthia L Fonta shares her experience volunteering in Burkino Faso and Cameroon, how this has informed her approach to her PhD project, and tips for Policy Studies research students
New policy briefing launched by the Global Coalition to End Child Poverty
18 October 2022
'Ending Child Poverty: A Policy Agenda' highlights the urgency of tackling child poverty and the growing vulnerability of many children around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis, conflict, and economic instability
Bristol Poverty Institute's new monthly newsletter launched
29 September 2022
We are delighted to launch our new monthly BPI newsletter, which will share poverty-relevant news, events, funding opportunities and links to resources
BPI Advanced Poverty Research Methods training course held at the University of Cape Town
29 September 2022
During August 2022, the Bristol Poverty Institute organised a week of in-person Advanced Poverty Research Methods training at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
BPI Internal Research and Collaboration Fund 2022-23 – Call for applications open
22 September 2022
The Bristol Poverty Institute is pleased to relaunch our internal funding scheme for researcher-led engagement activities for the 2022-23 academic year.
BPI Board Member conferred as Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
6 September 2022
Bristol Poverty Institute Board Member Professor Leon Tikly has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
Inequalities in COVID-19 vulnerability in South Africa – New article published
25 August 2022
A journal article co-authored by Bristol Poverty Institute and University of Cape Town colleagues titled 'Socioeconomic-Related Inequalities in COVID-19 Vulnerability in South Africa’ has been published
New Hub for Gambling Harms Research
14 June 2022
A new £4 million Hub for Gambling Harms Research has been launched at the University of Bristol to build greater understanding and evidence around the growing and diverse impact of gambling harms.
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