News & blogs
Love Data Week 2024: How ADR UK is creating data-driven change
12 February 2024
As part of Love Data Week, taking place from 12 to 16 February, ADR UK is showcasing a selection of high-impact projects from across the partnership on our social media. These highlight the importance of linked administrative data research to driving real-world, public good impact across a range of sectors and themes.
Ministry of Justice Data First team wins award for outstanding collaboration across government and academia
23 January 2024
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Data First team has been awarded the Analysis in Government Collaboration Award by the Analysis Function at the Office for National Statistics. The award recognises outstanding collaboration both across and beyond government boundaries in delivering impactful analysis. Data First is an ambitious and pioneering data-linking programme led by the MoJ and funded by ADR UK.
Migration research: What can we learn from linked administrative data?
8 November 2023
In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Dr Ezgi Kaya describes her new project exploring the links between immigration, integration, and labour market outcomes. This project is using data from the de-identified Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) linked to the 2011 Census – England and Wales dataset.
ADR Wales and Welsh Government report on Welsh language ability is first publication to use analysis in the Integrated Data Service
26 October 2023
A new report, produced by ADR Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government and the Office for National Statistics (ONS), is the first published output using analysis in the Integrated Data Service. The report explores the differences between estimates of Welsh language ability reported in Census 2021 and the Labour Force Survey.
Using the ONS Secure Research Service for informing and evaluating government policy
13 October 2023
In this blog, Louise Corti, Head of Analytical Insights and Impact at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Integrated Data Service, sets out how the data provided by the ONS Secure Research Service has been used to both inform and evaluate government policy.