Data linkage project to increase understanding of the employment experiences of migrant workers
30 September 2022
ADR UK is funding University of the West of England initiative, Wage and Employment Dynamics, to link HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) data on migrant workers to a dataset on employees’ wages, occupations and hours. The linked dataset will make it possible to better understand the working experiences of migrants compared with the rest of the population in Great Britain.
ADR UK funds major new data linkage projects to address vital policy questions
31 August 2022
ADR UK is delighted to announce the first series of projects to receive funding from our research-ready data and access call, an investment of over £3.8 million. Covering a diverse range of topics – from environment and health to growing old – these investments will help to fill gaps in evidence and address pressing policy needs.
Profiling the Irish and Ulster-Scots languages in Northern Ireland
5 August 2022
John Hughes, an ADR NI researcher working for the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA), describes the findings of recently published research on knowledge of the Irish and Ulster Scots languages in Northern Ireland. This work was carried out by Queen’s University Belfast in collaboration with NISRA researchers.
Experiences of EU nationals in the UK – a review of the literature
27 July 2022
Dr Ffion Lloyd-Williams is a senior research officer overseeing the delivery of the ADR Wales European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS) Data Linking Project. Here Ffion discusses the key findings from the team’s literature review looking at the experiences of EU nationals living in the UK before and after the EU referendum.
Literature review reveals insights into how EU nationals navigate their lives in the UK
24 March 2022
The European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS) Data Linkage project has released a review of the existing literature on the experiences of EU nationals in the UK, prior to and after the 2016 EU referendum.