June 2017
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Our recent work on EU migrants and welfare has been a great success. Thanks to all who attended - read more below. We have news from our linked research project about Service veterans, new journal papers, and blogs. Remember you can leave comments on our website. For really up-to-the-minute news, follow us on twitter @WelCond. Get in touch by email.

EU migrants and Brexit  After our highly successful event on Weds 29 March at the University of York we've followed up with three explainers. A video and blog summarise the event, while another new film sets out our emerging WelCond research on this topic.
Questions of social citizenship  A new guest blog by Dr Daniel Edmiston explores the effects of welfare conditionality and limits of social rights.
Service veterans A briefing paper from our linked research project, sponsored by Forces in Mind Trust, examines the situation of Service leavers and their families in receipt of mainstream conditional social security benefits. Read Project Director Lisa Scullion's blog
Top prize scooped WelCond PhD student Regina Serpa won a prestigious early career award for her presentation on her homeless migrants research. The Heriot-Watt University student landed the Valerie Karn prize at the Housing Studies Association. View her blog for HSA, 'Being homeless twice'.
Two new journal papers  WelCond researchers Dr Beth Watts, Prof Suzanne Fitzpatrick and Prof Sarah Johnsen's article 'Controlling homeless people? Power, interventionism and legitimacy' is published in the Journal of Social Policy.
Meanwhile, Suzanne and Beth's paper 'Competing visions: security of tenure and the welfarisation of English social housing' is in Housing Studies.
... and a disability paper Four research team members, led by Dr Jenny McNeill, gave case histories from our research in a paper for the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice.
Wave c research The final round of our interviews with welfare service users is nearing completion. Participants - if you've moved, or changed your phone number or email address, please let us know.

The support of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is gratefully acknowledged


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