Tej Nathwani introduces a new area-based measure of deprivation created by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
Data Impact blog
In this post Matthew Johnson and Elliott Johnson from Northumbria University introduce our latest impact case study, which draws together the work of the Health Case for Basic Income research group.
We examine two recently published reports that look at the current cost-of-living crisis, poverty and how data can aid in alleviating these societal issues.
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.
We are delighted to announce Niels Blom as one of our Data Impact Fellows for 2023. In this post Niels shares a bit about his background, his current work and research and what he hopes to get out of the Fellows scheme.
In this post Skeena Williamson and Lucinda Allen from the Health Foundation discuss levels of poverty and deprivation among social care workers.
Neil Dymond-Green explores how data in the UK Data Service collection has been feeding into a UK Parliament committee inquiry into children in poverty.
How is research by the Living Wage Foundation (LFW) supporting their ‘Living Hours’ scheme and helping tackle work insecurity in the UK?
The Social Metrics Commission has developed a new measure of poverty, which the UK Government has committed to build on to develop experimental statistics.