The Children’s Commissioner’s Stability Index (pdf) is a measure of stability for looked after children, bringing together data on care placements, schools and social workers. This April 2017 report provides analysis and insight on the experiences of stability for children in care.
Taking its definition of segregation from the Casey review, this April 2017 study examines school segregation in England from 2011-2016.
The Joseph Rountree Foundation and Crisis published research into homelessness in England in March 2017. The homelessness monitor is a longitudinal study, providing an independent analysis of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments in the UK.
The Young Women’s Trust published the ‘What matters to young mums?’ report in March 2017.
The Government Equalities Office published Measuring caste discrimination in Britain – a feasibility study in March 2017.
Over the past few years, home ownership has become less affordable for young people in the UK. The Social Mobility Commission reported on the role of family support in home ownership in March 2017.
The Children’s Commissioner for England submitted evidence to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in February 2017. This included recommendations to inform the Committee’s examination of the UK Government.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights published a report on integrating migrants, refugees and their descendants into the EU in March 2017. The report identified and compared policies across the EU in areas important for successful integration.
The Children’s Society published poll results in March 2017: over 620,000 families in England and Wales are spending more on overdue bills than on food.
The Restorative Justice Council published a report on restorative justice and BAME children in the youth justice system in February 2017.