Are Children’s Rights Real?


This session, with Professor Priscilla Alderson (UCL Institute of Education), will consider how children’s human rights can make sense, promote justice, and be universal realities.

Translating the Ageing Brain: the Promise and Pasts of Diseases in a Dish


With support from CESAGene, and in collaboration with the Cardiff Ethnography Group, Dr Richard Milne (Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge) will discuss the growing corpus of sociological work associated with biogerontology.

Creative and Participatory Research Methods with Children and Young People


This one-day event will introduce and provide hands-on opportunities to critically explore the opportunities and challenges of creative and participatory approaches to research with children and young people.

E-cigarettes: what do(n’t) we know?


E-cigarettes represent perhaps the most polarising issue in contemporary public health and this talk, with Graham Moore (DECIPHer), describes some of the key current controversies about them.