14 FEBRUARY 2006: LOVE MAP OF THE UK
     
 

Professor Sasha Roseneil will help create a 'Love Map of the UK' on BBC3 tomorrow as the academic expert talking about the rising number of single people and solo livers, with a particular focus on Manchester’s urban regeneration as a hot spot for single people.

Professor Roseneil, from the ESRC group on Care, Values and the Future of Welfare (CAVA) is seen driving around in a Mini Cooper cabriolet, discussing love with young single women outside the bars of the Northern quarter. Professor Fiona Williams and Professor Simon Duncan also appear in the programme, which was inspired by their CAVA research.

See The Love Map of the UK on Wed 15 Feb on BBC3 at 9pm.

     
15 OCTOBER 2004: NEW CAVA COLLECTION
     
  The new issue of Social Policy and Society is out now featuring CAVA’s special themed section ‘Care, Values and the Future of Welfare’. There are papers from Alan Deacon, Simon Duncan, Sarah Irwin, Jennifer Mason, Angela Phillips, Sasha Roseneil, Carol Smart, and Fiona Williams [more]
     
SEPTEMBER 2004: NEW CAVA COLLECTION
     
  The new issue of Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society is out now and features papers from CAVA’s 4th International Seminar held in November 2002. The issue, guest edited by Fiona Williams and Sasha Roseneil, is entitled: ‘New Contexts for Collective Action: The Politics of Parenting, Partnering and Participation’ [more].
     
     
23 JUNE 2004: LAUNCH OF CAVA BOOK
     
 

The official launch of ‘Rethinking Families’, written by CAVA’s Director, Fiona Williams and sponsored by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, took place on 23 June 2004 at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in London. [more].

[Leeds University - The Reporter]

     
16 JUNE 2004: CAVA AT PARENT CHILD 2004
     
  Fiona Williams addressed the National Family and Parenting Institute’s Parent Child Conference on Thursday 17th June. Her talk – ‘Changing Values…Changing Families’ – reported on the findings of the CAVA research programme [more].