The ‘culture wars’ debate does in many respects mirror the division between Remainers and Leavers.
Attitudes towards Scotland’s constitutional status divide the parties’ supporters now to a far greater extent than they did a decade ago.
Fly-tipping is a growing problem in England and the issue is having a significant financial impact.
The second in an ongoing seminar series looking at a range of aspects to do with both the theory and practice of public deliberation.
What is it, this thing we call ‘qualitative research’?
NatCen was awarded funding to carry out research with the aim of improving understanding of female perpetrators of intimate partner violence.
Exploring the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the consumer experience and on the incidence of consumer detriment in the UK.
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This article was co-authored by Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy, Director of NatCen International.