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SSPP: a community that makes a difference

The Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy is one of the largest, most diverse and international communities for social research and education in Europe. Its students, academics, researchers and staff are all united in their desire to make a difference.

Whether it is highlighting the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, understanding threats to global peace and security, analysing key political and economic developments, training future educators or researching the effects of climate change, we come together - in person or remotely - to seek solutions to the important issues around the world today.

We bring together people from across the world, and we embrace and celebrate diversity.  We share a commitment to engaged curiosity and action, within an open, collaborative and inclusive culture. A highly creative community, we are also open to new ways of thinking, understanding and engaging people.

The schools and departments that make up our faculty work together to share their expertise and our students are encouraged to explore the full range of opportunities on offer which are also extended to the local communities in which we are based.

Our student and alumni community

Our research community

Centres and groups

Centres and groups

Our expert academic staff lead research on key challenges across society, the economy and…

Our creative community

Events in the Exchange

Events in the Exchange

Learn more about the diverse range of events that have taken place at The Exchange space in the…

About Trees

About Trees

Connecting people and places through tree-making and through sharing experiences and stories…

VEM

VEM

Find out about the latest project by Visual, Embodied, and Arts-based Methodologies (VEM) network.

Our diverse community

EDI in SSPP

EDI in SSPP

Learn more about how we are committed to equality of opportunity for all of our students, staff and…

Serving our communities

Becoming a change-maker

Becoming a change-maker

Kira Lewis, a third year War Studies student, on being part of the King's Civic Leadership Academy.