New blog post: A half-baked early years funding policy risks negatively impacting children
While the Chancellor’s pledge to invest in early years childcare is a positive step, there remain serious questions about whether the resources are sufficient, and whether the current funding and provision model is... Read more...
20 March 2023
Upcoming event: Of Boys and Men: New challenges for gender equality
Hosted by the International Inequalities Institute Thursday 23 March 6.30pm to 8.00pm. Online and in-person public event. The Auditorium, Centre Building. Speakers:Dr Richard V. Reeves, Senior Fellow in Economic Studie... Read more...
16 March 2023
Dr Kitty Stewart has been appointed as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
Congratulations to Dr Kitty Stewart, Associate Director of CASE and Associate Professor of Social Policy, has been newly conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences following her nomination by the Social Poli... Read more...
13 March 2023
Child Poverty Solutions For Finland - a review of international policies in selected countries
CASE was commissioned by the Itla Children’s Foundation in Finland to conduct a review of published international evidence on policies and programmes designed to reduce child poverty. Child income poverty rates in ... Read more...
7 March 2023
Intergenerational support: evidence briefing
A new Intergenerational support: evidence briefing summarises key findings on practical and financial exchanges between parents and their adult children, and sets out policy implications. This is based on work by Eleni K... Read more...
1 March 2023
Community groups are a lifeline in the cost-of-living crisis
New research from LSE Housing has shown that many community groups originally set up to provide support during the pandemic have become a central part of the local response to the cost-of-living crisis. These organ... Read more...
17 February 2023
New report estimating costs and benefits of two potential ways of extending support to all victims of domestic abuse regardless of migration status
Bert Provan and Kath Scanlon with colleagues in LSE London, collaborated with the University of Oxford's Migration Observatory, to author a new report The costs and benefits of helping migrant survivors of domestic abuse... Read more...
21 December 2022
The ESRC John Hills Impact Prize 2022
The Celebrating Impact Prize awards are part of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Sciences, this year the award ceremony was live streamed from the Royal Society in London on 2 November. ... Read more...
3 November 2022
LSE colleagues from across the School pay tribute to John Hills (1954-2020)
In December 2020 a shock wave went across the School, and reverberated well beyond, with the news of the premature death of our highly esteemed and greatly valued colleague John Hills. John embodied the very best of LSE ... Read more...
24 June 2022