Franco Bonomi Bezzo and Anne-Marie Jeannet, from the University of Milan, share about their research looking at the role voluntary & civic organisations have in deprived communities.
Data Impact blog
Category: Community and Society
We highlight some of the ways data in the UK Data Service collection is being used in research, reports and articles we’ve seen over the autumn.
Dr Liming Li, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at King’s College London, share about her recent research into welfare benefits, single mothers and the impact on children’s mental health.
We highlight some of the ways the data in the UK Data Service collection is being used in research, reports and articles we’ve seen over the summer.
In part 2 of his census, pandemic & travel to work post, Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, the UK Data Service Director for Census, looks at what the future might hold, and discusses the impact of the Scottish census taking place in 2022, and how we can use this offset as a natural experiment.
In this post, Dr Lewis Smith discusses data classification and the gendering of consumerism through the lens of market research conducted by rail companies in the 1970s.
In part one of this two-part blog looking at the travel to work data from the 2021 Census, Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, the UK Data Service Director for Census, looks at some of the interesting findings in the data on journeys to work.
In this post Skeena Williamson and Lucinda Allen from the Health Foundation discuss levels of poverty and deprivation among social care workers.
Dr Mary Cowan and Shayda Kashef share about the new report from the Office for Statistics Regulation which looks into public perceptions of the “public good”.