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March 2017
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Two free events coming up will showcase our work and ask important questions about migration, vulnerable people and welfare. Details below. Our blog series continues and don't forget you can leave comments on our website. For really up-to-the-minute news, follow us on twitter @WelCond. Get in touch by email.

Migrants and Brexit Our free roundtable event  on Weds 29 March at the University of York will examine the welfare and rights of EU migrants in the UK, and debate potential futures for this group. More details. Book your place
Forces veterans in focus A new research project funded by the Forces in Mind Trust will investigate how the UK's conditional welfare system affects ex-Service personnel and their families. Sanctions, Support and Service Leavers will link to our own WelCond project.
Ireland's welfare conditionality Tom Boland and Ray Griffin from Waterford Institute of Technology report in a guest blog on their longitudinal research into the effects of Ireland's 'activation' policies. Read more
PhD symposium Come to our free event on Thursday 9 March at the University of York. Four of our research students will present their work on migrants, vulnerable families and 'problem' women. Full details. Book your place
Blog: gamers or victims?  WelCond researcher Jenny McNeill wrote a post for the prestigious LSE policy blog. Reproduced on our site, it asks how people can 'play the game' on benefits if they don't know the rules.
Tegenprestatie: civic contribution  Our Project Director Peter Dwyer travelled to Rotterdam for a conference on welfare conditionality the Dutch way. Read his blog on the event
Wave c research The final round of our interviews with welfare service users is well underway. Participants - if you've moved, or changed your phone number or email address, please let us know.
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