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This report, produced in collaboration with Professor Angela Hassiotis and others, sets out the extent to which people with borderline intellectual impairment face inequalities in health and use of services compared with the rest of the population, and seeks to improve awareness of these inequalities.
The research looks at the experiences of victims of hate crime; their decision-making, motivations for and barriers to reporting these crimes; and their experiences with the police, criminal justice system and support services.
Research into people's experiences of the Independent Living Fund's closure in England.
Understanding Society is an innovative world-leading study about 21st century UK life and how it is changing.
ELSA follows the lives of people in England aged 50 and over. It looks at the quality of life among older people and explores the dynamic relationships between health and functioning, social networks and participation, and economic position as people plan for, move into and progress beyond retirement.
Findings from a mixed method evaluation.