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Census 2021 data now available inside SAIL Databank
16 February 2024
SAIL Databank is now accepting applications from accredited researchers to use Census 2021 data for England and Wales. The Census 2021 of England and Wales is the largest national survey undertaken by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The census is linkable to the wealth of other de-identified data in the SAIL Databank including the Ministry of Justice Data First: Family Court linked to Cafcass – England and Wales dataset.
How administrative data can uncover the relationship between children’s health and education
15 February 2024
In this blog, Katie Harron describes how de-identified data made available through ECHILD can be used to investigate the relationship between children’s health and education. ECHILD stands for Education and Child Health Insights from Linked Data – England. Katie is the project lead for the ADR England-funded ECHILD project.
Funding opportunity: Apply for a 2024 ADR UK Research Fellowship using ADR England flagship datasets
13 February 2024
ADR UK is inviting funding applications for research fellowships to conduct research and analysis using eligible ADR England flagship datasets. Research fellows will demonstrate the policy impact potential of these datasets by generating insights to address priority research questions.
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.
Department for Education publishes new areas of research interest
2 February 2024
The Department for Education (DfE) has published its Areas of Research Interest (ARI) document. The publication sets out the DfE’s research priorities and the key areas in which it wants to work with the research community. These priorities will be used as part of an ADR UK-funded programme to help make research more policy relevant and to have greater impact.