News & Blogs
Administrative Data: Misuse vs. Missed Use
In the third of a series of blogs following on from our roundtable event with the Institute for Government on ‘maximising the value of administrative data’, ADR UK’s communications and engagement lead, Ed Morrow, makes the case for reframing the debate to consider not just the risks of sharing data, but the risks of not sharing it.
ADR UK centre-stage as international conference showcases potential of public data for public good
Last week, ADR UK had a strong presence at the 4th International Conference on Administrative Data Research, held 9-11 December 2019 at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, with the theme ‘public data for public good’.
ADR UK and Home Office seek academic(s) to conduct feasibility study using new MoJ-DfE linked dataset
ADR UK and the Home Office are seeking an academic or group of academics to conduct a feasibility study using a new Ministry of Justice-Department for Education (MoJ-DfE) linked dataset.
ADR UK 2018-19: Reflections on our first year
ADR UK has today published its first Annual Report, for the year 2018-19. In the past year we have established ourselves in the realm of administrative data research, seeing several key milestones and achievements along the way.
Key questions for children’s services: Identifying the gaps
In July, ADR UK, in collaboration with ONS and the Children's Commissioner, hosted a workshop with experts from a host of organisations to identify the key evidence gaps that research using linked administrative data about children can help to fill.