This 3 September workshop at King's College London will bring together NGO expertise and new historical and archaeological research to investigate the representation of children and its consequences.
William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne, 1782-1783, is the latest Prime Minister to feature on the History of Government Blog. Professor Arthur Burns tells his story.
Dr Andrew Blick, incoming H&P Director and Lecturer at the Institute of Contemporary British History, King's College London, has been appointed the expert adviser to a new panel on devolution and the constitutional future of the UK.
Lord Frederick North, 1770-1782, is the latest prime ministerial biography published on the History of Government Blog. Professor Arthur Burns reappraises his record.
President Barack Obama recently spoke about the need to reach out to young people in the criminal justice system as 'future citizens'. Dr Laura King discusses the issues prior to a 3 September workshop at King’s College London.
H&P hosted an all-day conference entitled “Why change happens: what we can learn from the past”, in partnership with Friends of the Earth, on 3 June 2015 at King’s College London.
Dr Laura King, co-founder of the H&P Parenting Forum, is collaborating with West Yorkshire’s probation services to create new resources based on her research into fatherhood to support ex-offenders.
The Friends of the Earth-H&P conference on 3 June is almost full. Book now to discuss how and why change occurred in the past and how this knowledge can be harnessed by civil society actors today.
Dr Andrew Blick and Dr Michael Kandiah, of the Institute of Contemporary British History at King’s College London, discuss historical parallels to and implications of the 2015 general election.
H&P's Dr Andrew Blick appeared on ITV’s The Paul O’Grady Show to answer questions from schoolchildren about politics. Dr Blick, of ICBH at King’s College London, has also written for The Conversation.
Co-founder and Visiting Professor of the Institute of Contemporary British History Anthony Seldon assess the coalition government five years on.
H&P co-founder Professor Simon Szreter explored the mechanisms and effects of England’s poor laws over 400 years to emphasize the importance of history to policy making today.
In the H&P roundtable at the Economic History Society conference, historians discussed the work of French economist Thomas Piketty on capital and inequality.
The annual conference will explore opportunities for improving the way government accesses, assesses and makes use of expertise from the humanities, and offer examples of the significant contribution these disciplines have made to public policy.
100 years after the Women’s Peace Congress in the Hague, historians, campaigners and politicians will reflect on the past, present and future of women’s transnational organising. Public events on 31 March at Queen Mary, University of London, will explore how far have feminist approaches been incorporated into international debates about security, development and human rights today.
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