New insight on the origins of disadvantage in the Welsh labour market
3 November 2021
In a new Data Insight report, researchers from ADR Wales have explored how the data collected from pupils about their career plans can be combined with routinely collected administrative data to provide new insights about their different circumstances and capabilities. The analysis confirms the importance of the provision of careers-related services within schools, particularly in supporting children from low-income households to help them shape their thinking about possible careers.
An investigation into racial bias in court case outcomes in England and Wales
3 November 2021
In her blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Angela Sorsby, describes how she is using de-identified, research-ready data made available via the Data First programme to investigate both ethnic and gender disparities in experiences of the criminal justice system.
Local Data Spaces pilot demonstrates importance of local-level data and analysis to inform local decision making
24 August 2021
Findings from the ADR UK-funded Local Data Spaces pilot study demonstrate the importance of secure, supported access to local-level administrative data to inform local decision making.
AD|ARC: Linking Government data to support Farming in Scotland
22 July 2021
Alastair McAlpine, Senior Statistician in the Scottish Government’s Rural and Environmental Sciences and Analytical Services division, discusses how the AD|ARC project supports the Scottish Government’s future policies.