Inequalities, justice and representation
Our research focuses on issues relating to race, ethnicity, migration and their intersection with other forms of inequality.
All our work supports the University Research Beacon on Global Inequalities, to help bring about a fairer and more just world.
Our research strengths are in:
- families and communities;
- citizenship and human rights.
The award-winning project presents the untold stories of generations of migrants who shaped the British Isles.
We overcome gaps in social exclusion knowledge with an emphasis on older people living in urban settings.
We investigate anti-racist practices and ideologies in Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.
We identify the pinch points in people's lives where targeted support can help us all flourish.
Making contributions to better understand the design and effectiveness of policies to address obesity.
Identifying ways to make positive urban transformations that are inclusive and equitable.
We have research centres and initiatives that highlight Manchester's strength in social sciences research methods, such as: