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CLOSER Policy alert: Call for evidence – impact of the gambling industry

Find out how you can help inform the evidence base on the social and economic impact of the gambling industry.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Challenges in using data across government

The National Audit Office (NAO) outlines how data is not seen as a priority by government.

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CLOSER Policy alert: UK government’s National Data Strategy – call for evidence

Find out how you can contribute to the UK government’s National Data Strategy call for evidence.

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CLOSER Policy alert: The Home Office publishes their first Areas of Research Interest (ARI)

The Home Office has published their first Areas of Research Interests (ARI).

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Children born into relative disadvantage at increased risk of hospital admissions throughout youth, new study shows

Young people from less advantaged backgrounds are more likely than their better-off peers to be admitted to hospital and to attend A&E when they are growing up.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Department for Transport announces updated Areas of Research Interest (ARI)

An updated ‘Areas of Research Interest’ (ARI) has been published by the Department for Transport.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Cabinet Office announces updated Areas of Research (ARI)

An updated ‘Areas of Research Interest’ (ARI) has been published by the Cabinet Office.

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CLOSER’s funding extended to 2021

The Economic and Social Research Council has announced that it is extending CLOSER’s funding to March 2021 to carry out its valuable work in maximising the use, value and impact of the UK’s longitudinal studies.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Government publishes Online Harms White Paper

Opportunity to inform evidence base for government proposals as new Online Harms White Paper is published by the Government.

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Securing the future of the UK’s longitudinal population studies will be collective effort, report shows

The overriding message from a report published today on the future of longitudinal population studies is that knowledge sharing and collective action are key to overcoming barriers and harnessing opportunity.

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