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EuroCohort article in Research Matters now open access

Professor Gary Pollock's article on EuroCohort: Europe's first birth cohort survey is now available to download for free. The article appeared in a recent edition of Research Matters, published by the Social Research Association. In the same edition…


EuroCohort included in initial analysis of UK infrastructures

EuroCohort, a project led by PERU, has been mentioned in the initial analysis of infrastructures as part of the process to develop the next UK Research Infrastructure Roadmap. UKRI, the umbrella organisation of the research councils in the UK…


New article by PERU's Kirstine Szifris - When Boredom Becomes Stagnation: The Importance of Occupying the Mind

PERU’s Kirstine Szifris has had an article on boredom published by a leading philosophy magazine, How the Light Gets In. She discusses the importance of occupying the mind, drawing on prison sociology to discuss the effects of stagnation. Kirstine…


Homelessness from the private rented sector

What is driving homelessness from the private rented sector, and what are the policy and practice implications of this? Find out at the launch of new research on homelessness from the private rented sector, which was commissioned by the Residential Landlords'…


Measuring Youth Well-being: How a Pan-European Longitudinal Survey can improve Policy

This volume presents key findings from the EU funded Measuring Youth Well-being (MYWeB) project which assessed the feasibility of a European Longitudinal Study for Children and Young People (ELSCYP). It draws on original empirical data from a panel of…

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