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Research Profile

Dr Paul Chaney 


  • Research Council

     

     

    EHRC - (2009) A study of equality and human rights during the first decade of devolution - Principal investigator

    ESRC - Economic and Social research Council funded project: Social Capital and the Participation of Marginalized Groups in Government, Award number: R000239410, 09/2001 to 01/2004. (Co-investigator. Project led by Prof Ralph Fevre).

    ESRC - Economic and Social research Council funded project: 'Gender and Constitutional Change' (L219252023), part of the ESRC Devolution and Constitutional Change Programme. 1999-2004. (Co-investigator. Project led by Dr Fiona Mackay and Prof Alice Brown) £117,820.92,

    ESRC - Economic and Social research Council funded project (2005-08) The Devolution Monitoring Programme, an ESRC Funded Project in conjunction with the UK Government Department of Constitutional Affairs. Chaney is a co-investigator (with Prof Richard Wyn Jones and Prof Roger Scully in respect of the Welsh devolution reports).Grant Holder Professor Robert Hazell and Akash Paun at the Constitution Unit, University College London. Initial funding award £263,791.73 by ESRC, Award No. L219252016. Subsequent funding by: The Economic and Social Research Council; The Department for Constitutional Affairs; The Scottish Executive; The Scotland Office; and, The Wales Office.

     

    Government

     

    (2007) Advice and Guidance to Public Service Providers: Promoting Multi-Strand Equality in the Welsh legislative Context and Beyond, Welsh Assembly Government / UK Govt Department for Communities and Local Government. Principal applicant and award holder. Amount of award, £4,990.00

    (2004-06) Co-applicant and award holder with Prof Teresa Rees. UK Government Department of Trade and Industry Steering Group of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR). Amount of award £31,536.00

    (2004) Co-applicant and award holder with with Prof Teresa Rees. The Northern Ireland Section 75 Equality Duty: An International Perspective analysis commissioned by the Northern Ireland Office for the Section 75 Equality Duty Operational Review. Amount of award £5,000.00

    (2003-4) Action against Discrimination in Pay Systems: A Preliminary Evaluation of the Welsh Assembly Government's Close the Pay Gap Campaign in Wales, commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government, the Equal Opportunities Commission Wales, and the Wales TUC. Principal applicant and award holder. Amount of award, £9,000.00

     

    Other

     

    (2002) The Equality Policies of the Government of the National Assembly for Wales and their Implementation: July 1999 to January 2002: A study commissioned by: The Equal Opportunities Commission, Disability Rights Commission, Commission for Racial Equality, and Institute of Welsh Affairs. Principal applicant and award holder. Amount of award, £10,000.00

    University of Wales, Board of Celtic Studies funded project (1999-2001) ‘Inclusive Governance: The First Years of the National Assembly for Wales’, Project led by Prof Ralph Fevre (Award holder). Principal researcher. Amount of award, £60,000.00