Karen Hurrell from the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and panellist for #DataImpact2021, explores how data help the Commission assess ‘Is Britain Fairer?’
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James Cockett, one of our #DataImpactFellows, discusses research he undertook with colleagues at the Institute for Employment Studies to investigate the impact of the introduction of the National Living Wage and its later upratings on employment retention and hours worked.
The Social Metrics Commission has developed a new measure of poverty, which the UK Government has committed to build on to develop experimental statistics.
Helen Norman shares her data and research journey in investigating the role of fathers in family work.
Emily Harris and Matthew Oakley from the Social Metrics Commission’s Secretariat introduce the release of the code underlying the Commission’s new poverty measure.
What does the National Travel Survey tell us about road injuries? Rachel Aldred explores how the National Travel Survey can add to the official statistics on risks and injuries to pedestrians and cyclists.
Daniel Laurison, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Swarthmore College and Sam Friedman, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, LSE assert that class analysis needs an approach which registers class destinations more effectively.
Sean Semple and Linsay Gray have been analysing data on second-hand smoke and discovering that a zero result may not mean what you’d expect!
The Lancet Countdown is a unique research collaboration between 24 international academic institutions and inter-governmental organisations. The Lancet Countdown monitors progress on the relationships between health and climate change, and their implications for national governments, reporting annually and making recommendations for activity to mitigate climate change.