Our impact

Poverty in data brings together a broad evidence base of the use of data in the collection which help researchers understand lived experience and advocate for improvements for those living in poverty and deprivation, especially during the current cost of living crisis.

Mental health and wellbeing in data brings together a broader evidence base of the use of data in the collection and will build a narrative of this impactful work.

The Data Impact blog is a hub for researchers, students, communities, policymakers, government and anyone interested in maximising the impact of social, population and economic data in research and policy.

Our Poverty in Data event took place on April 23-25. You can find all of the recordings and resources for the event here.

The UK Data Service provides access to a world-class collection of social, economic and population data. Explore examples of how the data are used to inform research, influence policy and develop skills in many areas.

Our Data Impact Fellows scheme provides support for Early Career Researchers in the academic and charity sectors who are starting out on their data impact journey.

Our videos

Poverty in Data: Perspectives in Poverty

Poverty in Data: Research, policy and next steps