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The study aimed to describe and assess the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the diet and physical activity of people in the UK by following up participants who had previously taken part in the National Diet and Nutrition Survey rolling programme.
ScotCen was commissioned by the Scottish Government to conduct a mixed method research study with those asked to self-isolate.
The research is a vital first step forward in addressing the lack of evidence within the field.
We were commissioned by the College of Policing to evaluate Operation Divan (Op Divan) and Operation Met Divan (Op Met Divan), two early intervention programmes aiming to educate and support young people under the age of 18, suspected of carrying knives or other weapons.
In 2019, the Scottish Sentencing Council commissioned ScotCen Social Research to undertake qualitative research to explore public perceptions of the sentencing of sexual offences in Scotland, including the perceptions of survivors of sexual offences.
We were commissioned by the College of Policing to evaluate DIVERT and the Community Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV), two interventions aiming to divert young people and young adults away from serious violence.
This report is the first to present nationally representative data on the health of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults in England.
The third output of this research project is a briefing paper investigating whether working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with increased mental distress amongst employees across the UK, and how this relates to social isolation and financial difficulties.
This research examined attitudes to climate change and the environment in Britain before and since COVID-19.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has commissioned us to evaluate the Refugee and Migrant Advice Service (RMAS). RMAS is the second alternative to detention being piloted in the UK under the Home Office’s Community Engagement Pilot (CEP) series.
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