ADR UK Annual Report 2022–2023: A year of transforming data access for public good research
19 September 2023
ADR UK is delighted to share its annual report for 2022-2023. This report highlights a year of progress across the partnership, in support of our mission to harness the potential of administrative data for research for the public...
Why we've created ADR UK Flagship Datasets and the Learning Hub
14 September 2023
ADR UK has launched a new Learning Hub together with clearer and more comprehensive information on its flagship datasets. Emily Oliver, Head of Training and Capacity Building at ADR UK, explains the ambition behind these additions to the website.
Introducing ADR UK Flagship Datasets and the Learning Hub
5 September 2023
As part of an ongoing commitment to support more researchers to understand, access, and use administrative data, ADR UK has published two significant website updates. The ADR UK Flagship Datasets pages showcase a selection of datasets considered flagship. Meanwhile, a new ADR UK Learning Hub aims to equip researchers at all career stages, as well as wider audiences, with the knowledge, skills, and resources to get started with using administrative data.
The power of people: a human geographer’s mission to end homelessness
4 September 2023
As we look forward to the ADR UK Conference 2023, our series of blogs delving into the work of its keynote speakers continues. Beth MacDonald (Engagement Officer, Office for National Statistics) sat down with Professor Peter Mackie from the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University, to learn more about his impactful work and keynote presentation. To hear more from Peter and our other keynote speakers, along with a variety of engaging sessions, buy your ticket for the conference.
New data can help inform policies that promote adequate retirement saving
31 August 2023
Helen Miller from the Institute for Fiscal Studies describes in this blog how a project linking tax records to data on private pension saving could benefit those preparing for retirement, particularly the self-employed.