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Yr Athro Paul Chaney

Yr Athro Paul Chaney

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Email:
chaneyp@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 4459
Fax:
+44 (0)29 2087 4175

Paul Chaney$acirc; s research interests include:

  • Gender and politics;
  • Public and social policy;
  • Contemporary governance;
  • Equality and diversity.

He was the principal investigator on the following projects:

In addition, for the past four years, Paul Chaney has been part of an inter- disciplinary study of initiatives undertaken by the Welsh Assembly Government and the National Assembly for Wales to create $acirc; Inclusive Governance$acirc; .

The study began when the Assembly assumed its powers in 1999 and it has entailed extensive research amongst politicians, civil servants and the organizations of civil society in Wales. One of the most influential outputs of the study has been a report by Paul Chaney and Ralph Fevre on the Equality Policies of the Government of the National Assembly for Wales which has been widely accepted in Britain and Ireland as a helpful aid in the reform of equality law and the statutory equality bodies. The document is available in Welsh and English. Mae'r ddogfen ar gael yng Nghymraeg ac yn Saesneg.

Since 2001 this stream of research has included a project supported by the Economic and Social Research Council: $acirc; Social Capital and the Participation of Marginalised Groups in Government$acirc; (ESRC Award R000239410).

 

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Paul Chaney is co-editor of the academic journal Contemporary Wales and a member of the editorial management board of the journal Policy and Politics.

He is Welsh co-representative on the UK Government$acirc; s Department of Trade and Industry$acirc; s (DTI) Taskforce and Steering Group concerned with establishing the Commission on Equality and Human Rights (CEHR), a new single equality body that will replace the existing statutory GB equality commissions.

He is an associate fellow of the University of Glamorgan Centre for Border Studies.

Paul Chaney was formerly Welsh-medium lecturer at the Institute of Welsh Politics, Department of International Politics, University of Wales Aberystwyth.

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Paul Chaney is convenor of Cardiff University$acirc; s MSc/ Integrated PhD Degree scheme in Equality and Diversity (constituent taught modules include: SIT060 $acirc; Promoting Equality: Managing Diversity; SIT061 Mainstreaming Gender Equality; SIT062 $acirc; Inclusive Governance$acirc; ).

He teaches Masters modules in: Education (SIT021 Managing Educational Institutions; SIT027 Leadership and Policy in Education) and Public Sector Management (SIT297 / PD9).

On the undergraduate programme he teaches on the year two Social Research Methods course (SI0030) and $acirc; Power, Politics and Policy$acirc; (SI0189). The latter is concerned with the way in which social priorities are identified and addressed by the political processes operating in contemporary systems of governance.

He is supervisor to a number of students on the Professional Doctorate and Masters Programmes.

Paul Chaney's research interests include:

  • Gender and politics;
  • Public and social policy;
  • Contemporary governance;
  • Equality and diversity.

He was the principal investigator on the following projects:

In addition, for the past four years, Paul Chaney has been part of an inter- disciplinary study of initiatives undertaken by the Welsh Assembly Government and the National Assembly for Wales to create 'Inclusive Governance'.

The study began when the Assembly assumed its powers in 1999 and it has entailed extensive research amongst politicians, civil servants and the organizations of civil society in Wales. One of the most influential outputs of the study has been a report by Paul Chaney and Ralph Fevre on the Equality Policies of the Government of the National Assembly for Wales which has been widely accepted in Britain and Ireland as a helpful aid in the reform of equality law and the statutory equality bodies. The document is available in Welsh and English. Mae'r ddogfen ar gael yng Nghymraeg ac yn Saesneg.

Since 2001 this stream of research has included a project supported by the Economic and Social Research Council: 'Social Capital and the Participation of Marginalised Groups in Government' (ESRC Award R000239410).