Innovative analysis of administrative data providing improved understanding of journeys made to escape domestic violence.
GIS and survey methods for population and infrastructure data are supporting international development efforts and geospatial capacity in a number of countries.
Geographers worked across two countries to understand the challenges faced by LGBTQ people and what could make their lives more “liveable”
The National Audit Office modelled journey times to jobcentre locations, providing a tool for estate management
Geographical research on refugee children’s experiences of the asylum process has contributed to improved decision making and welfare outcomes.
Understanding geographical disparities and inequality in public health can help direct regeneration efforts in post-industrial areas.
Geographical research aimed to improve the lives of the lesbian, gay and bisexual communities in Brighton.
A policy briefing outlining the problem of arsenic contamination and offering policy recommendations on the issue.
Improved techniques for gathering and structuring data about local areas has enhanced the usefulness of the census and enabled better use of population data.
The unique reference number given to every property in Great Britain is linking public health data with local services, to build a clear picture of residents’ health and wellbeing in Kent.
Modelling and forecasting patterns of demographic change helps regions to prepare for the impacts of national policy changes.
This briefing paper addresses 10 controversies, evaluating popular notions around health risks, geographies of alcohol consumption, and norms or cultures around drinking.
Mapping the magnetic properties of soils across England and Wales has assisted the Ministry of Defence in creating specifications for new mine detectors.
Improving understanding of UK internal migration informs policy responses to local demographic change.
In this event, contributors discussed the geography and impacts of the economic downturn on health and the challenges of long-term worklessness
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