Experts discuss the latest research findings at our open Westminster event on 5 November and consider how or whether the increasingly popular idea of a universal basic income could help reduce poverty and increase living standards
Dr Angus Holford explains his new research to audiences as part of a prestigious panel discussion at the New Statesman fringe events at the Labour and Conservative conferences
What is the evidence that insecure housing can impact on health and wellbeing - MiSoC event discusses new research as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science
Debate event as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science asks how can employers make a much bigger difference to gender equality? Can equality at work be acheived without equality in the home? What does a gender perspective on social security reveal and what are the effects of Universal Credit for women on low income?
New NHS Scotland report tests policy ideas using our tax-benefit microsimulation model to see the potential impact on premature death rates and other health inequalities
‘Toward a New Social Contract : Taking on Distributional Tensions in Europe and Central Asia’ proposes three overall policy principles to help address rising inequality and increased vulnerability in society
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