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Learning loss research: Understanding progress in the 2020/21 academic year

Learning loss research: Understanding progress in the 2020/21 academic year

Informing policies to tackle inequalities

Informing policies to tackle inequalities

Involving the public with an analysis of daily, weekly, and yearly cycles of births using linked data

Involving the public with an analysis of daily, weekly, and yearly cycles of births using linked data

Exploring educational attainment patterns and criminal offending

Exploring educational attainment patterns and criminal offending In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Alice Wickersham describes her work on the Ministry of Justice and Department for Education…

ADR UK’s four national partnerships publish strategies for 2022-2026

ADR UK’s four national partnerships publish strategies for 2022-2026 ADR UK has published strategies from each of the four Administrative Data Research partnerships of the UK. These plans will…

ADR UK responds to the ICO's call for views: anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance (chapters 1-3)

ADR UK responds to the ICO's call for views: anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance (chapters 1-3) In this response to the Information Commissioner's Office…

ADR UK responds to ICO consultation on draft anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance

ADR UK responds to ICO consultation on draft anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance The ADR UK partnership has responded to the Information Commissioner’s Office…

ONS Research Excellence Series: Involving the public with analysis of birth cycles

ONS Research Excellence Series: Involving the public with analysis of birth cycles The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is hosting the next Research Excellence Series talk of 2022, Involving the…

Business Insights and Conditions Survey

Business Insights and Conditions Survey

Exploring ethnicity, care experience and justice systems involvement

Exploring ethnicity, care experience and justice systems involvement In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Dr Katie Hunter describes how she is using de-identified data, made available via the Data…

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