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December 10th

Born into care: guidelines to be developed for health and social work professionals

The acute pain and stress experienced by all involved in cases where a baby is removed from their mother at birth – both family and practitioners – is shown in a rapid evidence review and a case law review published today by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory (Nuffield FJO). 

December 6th

General Election 2019: An analysis of manifesto plans for education

Today, the Education Policy Institute (EPI) has published Nuffield-funded analysis of the education plans set out in the manifestos of the five main political parties.

December 5th

Disadvantaged students less likely to attend ‘more selective’ university courses

Up to one in four students from lower socio-economic backgrounds take courses at ‘less prestigious’ universities despite having the grades for ‘more selective’ institutions, according to UCL research.

The study, published today and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, is the most comprehensive analysis of the types of university courses students enrol in to date.

December 2nd

English Atlas of Inequality challenges assumptions of rich and poor areas

A new English Atlas of Inequality which aims to challenge misconceptions about rich and poor areas has been published.

The English Atlas of Inequality, developed by Professor Alasdair Rae and Dr Elvis Nyanzu from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning, maps 149 commuting zones - known as Travel To Work Areas (TTWAs) - across England, showing levels of inequality within the areas.