UK Data Archive Latest news and events from the UK Data Archive and the UK Data Service (UKDS) en-gb UK Data Archive logo Congratulations on the launch of German QualiService're delighted to hear that Qualiservice has been supported as a data service centre by the Deutsche ForschungsgemeinschaftBuilding Skills and Making Connections for Public Engagement an ideal world, social science research leads to noticeable positive impact in the everyday lives of people. Public engagement is a tool to support impactful research; it ensures transparency and accountability. Public engagement builds two-way dialogue, collaboration, and partnerships.Big Data and Analytics Summer School Essex Big Data and Analytics Summer School runs from 23 July to 3 August, and includes a session from Louise Corti from the UK Data ServiceADRC-W Associate Director Advises UK Government on Trade Union Membership Statistics undertaken by Rhys Davies Associate Director of ADRC-W and Research Fellow at WISERD (Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods) has revealed that official statistics of trade union presence have been incorrectly estimated over the last 20 years.What can data tell us about volunteering? Volunteers Week this week, so were looking at the data we hold on volunteering. Did you know, nearly two thirds of adults in England did some volunteering in 2016-17?Changes in UK Data Service Terms and Conditions of the changes to our Privacy policy, Cookie policy and End User Licence.ADRC-W First Year PhD Student Awarded Prestigious Housing Prize PhD student Hannah Browne Gott has been awarded the prestigious Housing Studies Association Valerie Karn Early Career Researcher Prize.ADRC-W team informs young high achievers programme 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.Revolutionising the homelessness data infrastructure in Wales: a CaCHE and Welsh Government collaboration and Welsh Government have agreed to jointly fund a feasibility study that could radically change the evidence base on homelessness in Wales.ADRC-W welcomes new face through ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership Wales Administrative Data Research Centre Wales (ADRC-W) has welcomed Lauren Burns to its team of researchers.New article by the ADRC-England team on The Lancet 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.Welsh careers and education data analysis underway at ADRC-W Administrative Data Research Centre Wales (ADRC-W) has appointed Dr Suhaer Yunus to conduct analysis of Careers Wales administrative data.National child study: children's dreams for the future 50 years on 1969, more than 10,000 children were asked what their lives might be like when they were 25 – how many fulfilled their dreams?Longitudinal Study of Young People in England 2 - new waves available 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.Marking World Health Day: poverty reduction work good for teenagers health 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.Children from lower social classes up to 5kg heavier than their more advantaged peers, new study finds from a new study using harmonised datasets available from the UK Data Service have found disadvantaged children weigh up to 5kg more in their childhood and early teenage years than those from more privileged backgroundsADRC-Scotland Safe Settings Safe Settings provide accredited researchers with secure access to linked, de-identified administrative data.Update: ONS data on labour market status of disabled people to Office for National Statistics Data on the labour market status of disabled peopleFull Report Now Available: Public Attitudes to Data Sharing in Northern Ireland researchers Professor Gillian Robinson, Professor Helen Dolk, and Dr. Joanne Given conducted research on the public's attitudes toward data sharing. A module of questions was included on the 2015 Northern Ireland Life and Times survey (NILT). That full report is now available.ADRC-Scotland: 1-day SURE safe researcher training Users of Research data Environment Training:Next training session will take place on 23 February 2018.ADRC-NI Researchers at Knowledge Exchange Seminar Series (KESS) researchers presented their survey results-which gathered public attitudes toward health data sharing in Northern Ireland-to an audience at Stormont. The event was completely full and attended by an audience of civil servants and representatives from various voluntary sector organisations.Public attitudes towards government data sharing to be revealed ahead of GDPR University researchers at the Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland (ADRC-NI) are set to present significant findings on the publics attitudes toward health data sharing at a Knowledge Exchange Seminar Series (KESS) on January 31, 2018.ADRC-W event sees science in virtual reality, slam balls and virtual reality give visitors the chance to experience data scienceWelsh Government Supporting People Programme to be evaluated using linked administrative data study to evaluate the Supporting People Programme using linked administrative data has been given the go ahead by the Welsh Government.Test 26/10/2015 10:47:32 - Edited is a test.