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Title and full name (usually known by)
Dr Nick Acheson
Job title or role
Lecturer in Social Policy
Name of Centre/Department/Institute/Organisation
Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
School of Criminology, Politics and Social Policy,
University of Ulster
Weblink to Centre/Department/Institute/Organisation
http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/iriss/
My contact details are under this Weblink
http://www.ulster.ac.uk/staff/n.acheson.html
Events hosted by your organisation (AGMs; Conferences; other)
VSSN Day conference, May 2009
Research interests & work-in-progress
My current research interests focus on welfare state reform, citizenship and restructuring relations between government and the voluntary sector; and arising from my long-standing research interest in the place of voluntary action in the Northern Ireland peace process, I am now looking at wider issues of ethnic diversity and social cohesion programmes. I also write on civic engagement and political change.
Key publications since 2005
Books:

Acheson, N., B. Harvey (2008) Social Policy, Ageing and Voluntary Action, Dublin, Institute for Public Administration

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

Acheson, N., C.Milofsky (2010) ‘Derry Exceptionalism and an Organic Model of Sustained Dialog’ in R. Lohmann and J. van Til (eds) Public Deliberation and Sustained Dialogue: Pracademic Perspectives, New York: Columbia University Press

Acheson, N., M. Stringer, C. Milofsky (2011) Understanding the role of non-aligned civil society in peace-building in Northern Ireland: towards a fresh approach’ in M. Power (Ed) Peace-Building in Northern Ireland, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

Acheson, N. (2013) 'Citizen advocacy or Death from a thousand cuts: what determines the fate of third sector organizations in welfare states after the economic crisis? A view from Ireland's two jurisdictions' in R. Laforest (Ed) The recession and beyond: taking stock of evolving government non-profit relations, Montreal: Montreal and Queens University, Kingston Press

Peer Reviewed journal articles:

Acheson N. and R. Laforest (2013) 'The expendibles: community organizations and governance dynamics in the Canadian settlement sector' Canadian Journal of Political Science

Acheson, N. (2012) 'From group recognition to labour market insertion:civil society and Canada's changing immigrant settlement regime', British Journal of Canadian Studies 25 (2) 231-252

Acheson N. and S. Hodgett (2012) 'Narratives of Citizenship: welfare state reform and civil society in Canada', British Journal of Canadian Studies 25 (2) 151-160

Acheson, N. (2011) A Case of avoiding “political mumbo jumbo”: Do collective identities within ethnically diverse voluntary associations spill over to other contexts? Reflections on Northern Ireland experience. Policy & Politics, 39 (2), pp. 203-220.

Acheson, N. (2010) ‘Welfare State reform, compacts and restructuring relations between the state and the voluntary sector: Reflections on Northern Ireland experience’, Voluntary Sector Review, 1: 2 175-192

Acheson, N. (2008) ‘Private Concerns and Public Action: a Conceptual Framework and an Irish Aside’ Optimum online: the Journal of Public Sector Management 38(2) 58-70

Acheson, N., C. Milofsky (2008) Peace-Building and Participation in Northern Ireland: Local Social Movements and the Policy Process since the ‘Good Friday’ Agreement’ Ethnopolitics 7 (1) 63-80

Acheson, N., A. Williamson (2007) Civil Society in Multi-Level Public Policy: the case of Ireland’s two jurisdictions, Policy & Politics 35 (1) 25-44

Acheson, N., B. Harvey, A. Williamson (2005) “State Welfare and the Development of Voluntary Action: the Case of Ireland, North and South”, Voluntas 16 (2)

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