NatCen researchers to investigate the financial and mental health impacts of Covid-19
Researchers from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) will assess the Covid-19 pandemic’s ongoing impact on people’s mental health and financial circumstances.
Nancy Kelley announced as CEO of Stonewall
Nancy Kelley, NatCen’s Deputy Chief Executive and Director of the Policy Research Centre, is to become the new CEO of Stonewall from 1 June. This is a tremendous appointment and achievement for Nancy and everyone at NatCen wishes to add their congratulations to the many others that she will receive today.
Backing for more taxation and public spending falls among Labour supporters
The proportion of Labour supporters who think the government should increase taxes and spend more on health, education and social benefits has fallen significantly, according to findings from the most recent British Social Attitudes survey.
Inequalities between families and generations now embedded and entrenched in society
A new report from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), produced in collaboration with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and Understanding Society, reveals that inequalities between families and between generations are increasingly embedded in society.
Early years workers: poor pay, increasing workload, and low-status forcing staff out of the profession
A new report by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), produced in collaboration with the Education Policy Institute (EPI) and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, reveals a fresh picture of the early years workforce and the challenges for recruiting, retaining and developing staff in the sector.