In-work poverty and occupational mobility among ethnic minorities
Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy
Dr R Kanabar
29 January 2019
In-work poverty has become a highly topical and policy relevant issue, particularly since the financial crises. Recent evidence has shown ethnic minorities are more likely to enter and persist in poverty (Kanabar et al., 2018).
Investigating the mental health, psychological wellbeing, and resilience of prison staff
Dr R Hatcher, Dr K Gooch
Applications accepted all year round
The prison estate in England and Wales is tasked with housing more than 85000 male and female prisoners. According to the Chief Inspector of Prisoners, too many of the establishments within the secure estate are “unacceptably violent and dangerous places” (2017, p7) that are unsafe for both prisoners and staff.