Our applied research is broad, inherently interdisciplinary and collaborative and provides a unique blend of methodological and substantive expertise.
TIDES investigates how discrimination experienced by both patients and healthcare practitioners may generate and perpetuate inequalities in health service use.
The programme provides people with help to reduce their risk of diabetes, including education on healthy eating, lifestyle, losing weight, and exercise.
The project focuses on understanding the patterns of migration at multiple levels, from the international over the national and regional to the local level.
The InGRID-2 project is a continuation of the launch of the infrastructure in 2013, and will work on it as an advanced research infrastructure.
Developing common tools and approaches regarding various aspects of data production for the whole European Statistical System.
Bicycling is an often overlooked means of transportation, both for commuting and for recreation which, in recent years, has gained in popularity.
- Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE), concerned with understanding changing ethnic inequalities and identities.
- International Centre for Lifecourse Studies (ICLS), identifying the pinch points in peoples' lives where targeted support can help us flourish.
- National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM), focuses on delivering cutting-edge research methods training across the UK.
- Q-Step at Manchester, offering courses and training to support future social science researchers.
- UK Anonymisation Network (UKAN), providing information about anonymisation for people who handle personal data.