The Campaign for Social Science was launched to raise the profile of social science in the public, media and Parliament

Our activities include lobbying government, organising events, promoting social sciences in the media and monitoring the health of academia in the UK.

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Academy and Campaign publish recommendations to support UK science in Brexit negotiations

In a briefing note addressing the consequences of the “prolonged period of uncertainty” in the three months since the EU referendum vote on June 23, the Academy and Campaign make recommendations about immediate steps the government should take to support UK science and ensure the “long-term health of research is kept to the fore” during the Brexit negotiation process. Read more …

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Campaign in Scotland to host Presidential Question Time

Some of Scotland’s foremost scholars of American politics will discuss the result following the US Presidential elections on November 10. Read more …

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Newsfocus: Understanding the (Rio 2016) Olympics

With the Rio Olympics kicking off this Friday, Professor John Horne FAcSS, Professor of Sport Sociology at the University of Central Lancashire, and author of Understanding the Olympics, looks at the challenges facing the Olympic brand and discusses some of the underlying criticisms exposed by the 2016 edition. Read more …

Wed 09

Scotland 2016: A Nation in Numbers

November 9 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
United Kingdom
Thu 10

Campaign in Scotland: Presidential Question Time

November 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Aberdeen United Kingdom
Tue 22

Campaign Annual SAGE Lecture: Beth Noveck

November 22 @ 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm
London United Kingdom

3 months on & still searching for #Brexit answers? Our panel discussion on where next for UK #socialscience can help goo.gl/91LqnP

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The importance of social science in dementia care