Celebrating public engagement: Highlights from ADR Northern Ireland
5 December 2022
ADRC NI, Communications and Impact Manager, Elizabeth Nelson, discusses public engagement work from ADR Northern Ireland to make one year since the publication of the ADR UK Public Engagement Strategy.
Finding out ‘what works and what doesn’t’ with administrative data
2 December 2022
This blog from Giulia Tagliaferri and James Farrington follows newly-published work linking archived trials data from the Education Endowment Foundation to administrative data – and reflects on the benefits of this kind of analysis. Giulia is Head of Quantitative Research for the Behavioural Insights Team; James the Research Advisor leading the analysis.
Report recommends establishing Northern Ireland’s first public panel on data use
1 December 2022
A report from a pilot initiative has recommended establishing a public panel to consider how data is used in research, innovation and decision-making in Northern Ireland.
Unlocking criminal justice data
16 November 2022
Last month, ADR Scotland hosted an online event on unlocking criminal justice data. The event attracted researchers and practitioners from a wide range of organisations, including universities, justice organisations and the Scottish and UK Government. They came together to discuss early findings from the exciting research projects using administrative data from the Data First programme.
Number of convictions before receiving a short, immediate prison sentence: ethnicity and gender differences
9 November 2022
In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Dr Angela Sorsby builds on her recently published Data Insight with some further analysis of differences in prison sentences among ethnic groups.