The latest sweep looked at how things such as leisure time, childcare, work or time spent in retirement are changing.
The Trussell Trust commissioned ScotCen to conduct a study exploring drivers of food insecurity among disabled people across the UK.
This chapter examines the substantial liberalisation in moral attitudes that has taken place over the past four decades.
We were commissioned to assess and understand the impact of Family Drug and Alcohol Courts in England.
Lives Not Knives (LNK) is a youth-led charity with a mission to prevent knife crime, serious youth violence and school exclusions.
First annual report from NatCen International
Climate Justice and Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region
A summary and key findings from this report analysing Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development (PCSD) in the Asia-Pacific region
We were commissioned by the MoJ to compile and appraise evidence about judicial diversity in England and Wales.
This research sought to explore social workers' understanding of IPV, and current approaches to responding to social cases involving IPV.
The Survey of Londoners is the second wave of a research study commissioned by the Mayor of London.