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An uneven playing field: the causes and consequences of social inequalities in education.
Join us as we discuss the country's changing religious composition and deliberate moral leadership in times of crisis.
To celebrate our 50th anniversary as an organisation, we will be hosting a high-level stakeholder reception, kindly sponsored by Lord David Lipsey, in the House of Lords.
Join us for a stimulating afternoon celebrating women in social sciences.
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is hosting a Brexit breakfast briefing with Professor Sir John Curtice.
Transformation Lead at the Cabinet Office's Government Digital Service, Simon Everest discusses the delivery of new digital services across the UK government since 2011.
What do we need to do to ensure the right data are available, analysed and communicated to address the major questions in suicide and self-harm reduction policy and practice?
Join us at this event to discuss linking survey and social media data.
Join us at this early evening event to discuss Religious Education.
Helen Kara will formally launch her new book at this upcoming event in the City, University of London, European Social Survey HQ and NatCen Social Research survey methodology seminar series.