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Join us over pizza and beer to hear from expert speakers and discuss whether Britain is still a nation divided by class.
Recent developments in many countries such as falling response rates, longer field periods and rising costs challenge the position of face-to-face surveys as the “gold standard” for comparative research programs.
Join us at this breakfast briefing, where Sir John Curtice will reveal the latest data from NatCen's unique online probability panel.
To mark the 35th year of the British Social Attitudes Survey, the National Centre for Social Research is hosting early evening drinks and canapes, where we will explore the attitudes that are shaping modern Britain.
In recent years a number of countries have established probability-based, online panels as a method of providing a high quality online fieldwork.
Join us at this early evening event to discuss the impact that smartphones could have on social surveys.
Professor Jane Green will deliver the fifth annual lecture in memory of Professor Sir Roger Jowell.
Join us at this event to discuss how to manage survey change.
Join us at this lunchtime event, kindly hosted by Robert Halfon MP, to discuss the future of mental health provision in schools.
The event will gather academics, practitioners, representatives from civil society organisations and officials from a range of government departments to explore the evidence on social cohesion.