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The effects of the pandemic can be seen throughout society, among all ages ‘from the cradle to the grave’, and are likely to be felt for decades to come, says a new report by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen).
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) will officially launch its new Centre for Children and Families on Monday 27 June 2022 with a conference focusing on inequality and education.
The Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen) will lead the DBI Impact Evaluation on Suicide and Self-harm (DIMES) project to evaluate the impact of Distress Brief Intervention (DBI) on suicidal ideation, suicidal behaviour and self-harm. DBI has been piloted in Scotland since 2017 as a unique approach to supporting those in distress who present to frontline services.
New data reveals that compared to online sports betting, participation and spend on gaming products such as slot, casino and bingo games are disproportionately concentrated in the most deprived areas of Great Britain
Trust in official statistics remains high since the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest Public Confidence in Official Statistics report, produced by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) on behalf of the UK Statistics Authority.