Carly Kind appointed Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute

The Nuffield Foundation has appointed human rights lawyer Carly Kind as Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute (Ada), an independent research and deliberative body with a mission to ensure data and AI work for people and society.

Asylum migrants earn 55% less per week than UK-born workers

Efforts to help refugees who have settled in the UK to integrate into British society have been constrained by the lack of information on the short- and long-term outcomes of refugees, a new report by the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford, reveals today. The Nuffield-funded report identifies information on jobs and the labour market as particular gaps.

Fathers welcome

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New Nuffield-funded research shows the NHS is failing to provide the 'family-centred antenatal, maternity or health visitor services required by its own rules and desired by parents

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Register your interest in Nuffield Research Placements

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Drug & Alcohol Court

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Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDAC) to be extended across England following independent evaluation funded by the Foundation. 

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Cancer discovery

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Two Science Bursary students have been instrumental in a discovery that could help scientists better understand how to block cancer growth. 

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Judicial Review

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Does judicial review give judges too much power? Or is it vital for holding government to account? 

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Sustainable Futures

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STEM Futures is a set of skills-based resources for 11-13 year olds which explore issues relating to waste, transport, and climate change.

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Life sentences

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Public support for the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment for murder is much more limited than traditionally assumed.

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