Linking public sector data for policy-relevant research: an ADR UK showcase event
Administrative data is an invaluable resource for public good. Join us for a virtual event showcasing some of the groundbreaking projects enabled by the ADR UK Strategic Hub Fund.
Wage & Employment Dynamics online seminar: A discussion of a recent policy paper presented to the Low Pay Commission
Join WED researchers Alex Bryson and Van Phan as they discuss a recent policy paper presented to the Low Pay Commission.
Public data for public good: Towards a better understanding of children's lives online seminar
This is an online joint seminar led by members of ADR Scotland, ADR Northern Ireland and ADR Wales, bringing together researchers, policymakers and service providers working in the arena of children’s social care.
Wage & Employment Dynamics online drop-in session
Join Wage & Employment Dynamics researchers for an informal drop-session to learn more about the project.
Data First Research Fellowship Applicant Online Workshop
An opportunity for potential ADR UK/MoJ Data First Research Fellowship applicants to learn more about the call, data and application process.
Wage & Employment Dynamics Virtual Seminar: Exploring the ASHE dataset
The Wage & Employment Dynamics (WED) project, a collaboration led by researchers from the University of the West of England, aims to better understand wage inequalities in Britain. This is the second of the WED virtual seminar...
Why Covid-19 has made data linkage matter more than ever
Join ADR UK researchers as they discuss why Covid-19 has made data linkage matter more than ever as part of the Centre for Homelessness Impact Festival 2020
Wage & Employment Dynamics online seminar
Join WED academic lead Professor Felix Ritchie as he outlines the intended outputs of the project and explains how to access the resulting data.
'Data Bites' at the Institute for Government
ADR UK is sponsoring the 12th instalment of the Institute for Government's Data Bites series, which will explore the theme of 'getting things done with data in government'.