A systematic review has uncovered a plethora of models used to understand mental health problems with ramifications for how people are assessed and supported.
An interdisciplinary research centre critically engaged with the evidence, design and evaluation behind policy development across a range of major social issues
A new commentary from Professor Cooke explores why there has been so little change in UK gender wage equality and the necessary policy steps to close the gap.
The first round of the MENASP-CP GCRF Research Fund is now open.
A BBC article on older carers, which includes contribution from Professor Rachel Forrester-Jones, Director of CASP
Baljit Banga, Executive Director of Imkaan, discusses how Covid-19 is disproportionately impacting women already affected by gender and race-based violence.
Paul Gregg writes on how we move beyond the symbolic ritual of #clapforcarers towards future policies that truly value our key workers with higher wages.
Justin Rogers along with Philip Mendes and Ian Thomas, write for ABC News about the impact of Covid-19 on care leavers and the support they need.
A child’s wellbeing has an important bearing on their current and future outcome: this has been brought to the forefront of the policy agenda in recent years.
Our researchers analyse the factors which determine the policy cycle to understand how policy is overseen and carried out in practice.
Analysing and evaluating employment and earnings policy changes to improve decision making in this area.
We aim to understand the causes of low income and how effective policies are in reducing poverty.