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The Centre for Research on Communities, Identities and Difference (CResCID) is a Research Centre located in the School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences at Kingston University. Its mission is to produce strategic knowledge relevant to global problems by fostering multi-disciplinary research on social justice and how adversity impacts on individuals and their communities.
Since 2011, CResCID has established an international reputation for original research and policy-relevant knowledge. It has conducted a strategic programme of multi-disciplinary social scientific research (publication, dissemination, public events, knowledge transfer and user engagement activities), often in conjunction with external stakeholder groups - both academic and non-academic - in the UK and abroad.
CResCID facilitates policy, practice, user engagement and academic collaborations within the School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences (SLSBS), which encompasses the departments of Criminology, Politics and Sociology, Economics, Law and Psychology.
A critical mass of researchers across the five departments of the School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences share a concern with social justice and human and social development; within this remit, the centre's research broadly addresses three inter-related research strands:
In line with its overall mission statement, CResCID's aims are:
To learn more about CResCID, follow us on Twitter @KUCResCID or contact the director of the research centre, Professor Muthanna Samara.
There are currently no CResCID events running.