Seeking the public’s feedback on Research Data Scotland’s core principles
25 August 2020
Roger Halliday, Chief Statistician for Scottish Government and Co-Director of ADR Scotland, reflects on discussions at a recent public panel on the development of the new Research Data Scotland (RDS) service.
Public acceptability of data sharing for research: Trust, security and public interest
6 May 2020
Today we have published a literature review of existing work exploring public attitudes towards the sharing and use of administrative data for research. ADR UK Communications & Engagement Manager Elizabeth Waind discusses the findings.
An inside job: Using criminology, police data and a lot of nouse
27 March 2020
Insights from a seminar delivered by Professor Betsy Stanko OBE detailing key messages about unlocking the value of crime data.
Administrative Data: Misuse vs. Missed Use
2 January 2020
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.