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It’s Volunteers’ Week this week, so we’re looking at the data we hold on volunteering. Did you know, nearly two thirds of adults in England did some volunteering in 2016-17?

Overview of the changes to our Privacy policy, Cookie policy and End User Licence.

ADRC-W PhD student Hannah Browne Gott has been awarded the prestigious Housing Studies Association Valerie Karn Early Career Researcher Prize.

The spring edition of the UK Data Service newsletter is out now, and includes a survey on the newsletter, so we can make sure it is giving readers the information they need.

Two members of the ADRC-W team have been involved in the evaluation of an education network to help Wales’ brightest sixth formers achieve their academic potential.

CaCHE and Welsh Government have agreed to jointly fund a feasibility study that could radically change the evidence base on homelessness in Wales.

The Administrative Data Research Centre Wales (ADRC-W) has welcomed Lauren Burns to its team of researchers.

The Lancet has recently published a new article with ADRC-E researchers Prof Ruth Gilbert and Dr Linda Wijlaars on a cohort study comparing child mortality in England and in Sweden.

The Administrative Data Research Centre Wales (ADRC-W) has appointed Dr Suhaer Yunus to conduct analysis of Careers Wales administrative data.

In 1969, more than 10,000 children were asked what their lives might be like when they were 25 – how many fulfilled their dreams?

Waves 2 and 3 of Longitudinal Study of Young People in England 2 (LSYPE2), also known as Our Future, are now available from the UK Data Service. These can be treated as cross-sectional surveys or used with the Wave 1 dataset, which has already been released, to conduct longitudinal analyses.

Programmes to reduce poverty and vulnerability can significantly reduce the risks to health and wellbeing faced by teenagers in deprived parts of South Africa, according to research from Oxford, UCL and the University of the Witwatersrand.

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