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This research, conducted on behalf of the British Standards Institution (BSI), involved an extensive literature review and qualitative interviews with a range of stakeholders around the world representing government, national standards bodies, charities, businesses, media and consumer bodies.
The Health Survey for England is a yearly survey that monitors the health of the nation. It has been running since 1991.
This module from the Scottish Social Attitudes survey explores people’s attitudes towards Gaelic in Scotland.
The question of whether and how people are planning for retirement is becoming ever more important as people live longer and have greater freedom over when and how they retire and take their pensions.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) commissioned NatCen to explore the relationship between loneliness and mental health across four key life stages.
This project analyses data collected in the Community Life Survey (2012/13-2019/20) and Understanding Society (Waves 9 and 10) to explore experiences of loneliness amongst adults in England.
Final research findings from the Patterns of Play research project into improving understanding of the online gambling market and how the characteristics of gamblers and patterns of play relate to harmful gambling.
What Works for Children’s Social Care (WWCSC) appointed the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) to conduct a pilot evaluation of the Transition Support programme, which was developed and delivered by Hartlepool Borough Council. The programme provided support to children who are on a Child in Need or Child Protection plan during their transition from primary to secondary school.
Affordable Maths Tuition (AMT) by Third Space Learning (TSL) is an online tutoring programme that aims to reduce the maths attainment gap by recruiting and training maths tutors in India and Sri Lanka to make online one-to-one tuition more affordable to children in English schools.
Distress Brief Interventions (DBI) is a Scottish Government funded programme which aims to provide a framework for improved inter-agency coordination, collaboration and cooperation across a wide range of care settings, interventions and community supports for people who present in distress.
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