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28 July 2015
We have published the Trustees' Report and Financial Statements for 2014. In addition to presenting our accounts for the year, the report details our main grant-making activities and reflects on the impact of grants made during previous years....
22 July 2015
Policymakers should stop using heavy-handed regulation to promote behavioural change in the pensions sector and focus instead on encouraging fit-for-purpose business models and governance structures, says a new report from ShareAction funded by the...
29 June 2015
We have published a revised Guide for applicants to our research and innovation grants programmes. Our research and innovation grant programmes are designed to improve policy and practice in key areas of social policy. This year we have launched...
18 June 2015
A new book presenting research funded by the Nuffield Foundation has been published by Policy Press. Intermediaries in the criminal justice system: Improving communication for vulnerable witnesses and defendants by Joyce Plotnikoff and...
15 June 2015
Following recent discussions about strategic issues within the Nuffield Foundation, Sharon Witherspoon has decided to step down as its Director. The Foundation Chairman, Professor David Rhind, warmly praised Sharon’s many contributions to the...
12 June 2015
Fathers who are actively involved in bringing up their young children are more likely in the event of a split from their partner to keep in regular contact with their child. Meanwhile mothers who separate from their child’s father have a...
03 June 2015
Thousands of children – many of them British citizens – become trapped in a situation of poverty and vulnerability when their parents are precluded from working or accessing benefits, a study published today by the Centre on...
02 June 2015
Levels of separation and divorce continue to rise, with almost half of children born today likely to experience parental separation. There is great concern about how to help fathers to stay involved in their children’s lives.  In this...
02 June 2015
There is no evidence that family courts in England and Wales are discriminating against fathers because of gender bias, a new study by the University of Warwick and funded by the Nuffield Foundation has found. Dr Maebh Harding, from the School of...
20 May 2015
We have launched two new funding programmes, Economic Advantage and Disadvantage, and Finances of Ageing. Both are open to applications for research and innovation projects. Economic Advantage and Disadvantage will fund projects that examine...
14 May 2015
A new report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics calls for a change in culture across all areas of children’s health research, so that children’s and young people’s views and opinions can help to shape how research is prioritised...
24 April 2015
Researchers at the School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University have published a report which recommends an overhaul in the way that the Court of Protection currently works with the media in England and Wales. The report, funded by the...
23 April 2015
With the deficit in 2014–15 still at 5% of national income all these parties have pledged to reduce it over the coming parliament. New research, published today by the IFS and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, analyses the public finance...
26 March 2015
Overall current or day-to-day school spending in England has been remarkably well protected under the coalition government. Between 2010–11 and 2014–15, there has been a 0.6% real-terms increase in current spending per pupil, though...
25 March 2015
The first piece of major research on adult apprentices in this country, carried out by the UCL Institute of Education (IOE) and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, has found that 45% of all apprentices are 25 and over, with 3,000 taken by the over...
20 March 2015
School funding per pupil in England has increased substantially since the millennium. More dramatic than the average increase in funding was the increased focus on deprived schools over the 2000s. This trend started well before the pupil premium was...
16 March 2015
Congratulations to Sarah Sobka who has been named as UK Young Scientist of the Year at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham. Sarah won the competition with her project to investigate whether a drug commonly used to treat irritable Bowel Syndrome...
12 March 2015
People in their twenties have been the worst affected by the economic crisis despite higher qualifications than any earlier generation, according to a comprehensive LSE analysis of what has happened to inequalities in qualifications, employment, pay...
11 March 2015
The Nuffield Foundation has published a report on early years education and childcare and launched a new funding programme designed to address the evidence gaps in this key area of public policy.   Early years education and childcare: lessons...
06 March 2015
The spending power of local authorities in England has been cut substantially during this parliament. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) found that local authorities’ spending per person has been cut by 23.4% in real terms between...

 


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