Topic: Research issues

Contemplating the COVID crisis: what kind of inquiry do we need to learn the right lessons?

Contemplating the COVID crisis: what kind of inquiry do we need to learn the right lessons?

The COVID crisis was uniquely wide-ranging and systemic – and requires a comparable model of inquiry. A non-traditional, ‘whole of ...
How well has data represented UK children and young people during COVID-19? It's all about their visibility, vulnerability and voice

How well has data represented UK children and young people during COVID-19? It’s all about their visibility, vulnerability and voice

The Office for Statistics Regulation’s latest report assesses how well all of the UK’s young people have been supported by ...

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How do you know what decision-makers want, and give them what they need, during the pandemic? IPPO’s learning journey

How do you know what decision-makers want, and give them what they need, during the pandemic? IPPO’s learning journey

What does it really mean to be 'demand-led'? IPPO’s Principal Investigator, Joanna Chataway, explores the realities – and challenges – ...
Watch this IPPO-Conversation webinar on how to tackle the long-term social impacts of COVID-19

Watch this IPPO-Conversation webinar on how to tackle the long-term social impacts of COVID-19

IPPO's Geoff Mulgan joins the British Academy's Hetan Shah, Professor Deirdre Heenan and Jo Adetunji from The Conversation to discuss ...
Welcome to the IPPO Living Map: a systematic way of keeping track of social science research on COVID-19

Welcome to the IPPO Living Map: a systematic way of keeping track of social science research on COVID-19

The IPPO Living Map has been created to help policymakers make sense of all the research that is amassing on ...
Stringency Index heat map (March 2021)

A year of tracking COVID-19 policies in 186 countries: what are the key lessons for governments?

IPPO partner the Blavatnik School of Government’s COVID-19 Tracker is the largest repository of global evidence relating to pandemic policies ...
Traveller shows 'vaccine passport' on mobile phone.

The dilemma of opening up: a rapid call for evidence on the issue of vaccine passports and unequal freedoms

Over the next few months, every country will face a common and tricky challenge: how do you open up in ...
A line of bottles containing COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 has sparked new relationships between the academic and policy worlds. How do we maintain them when the threat recedes?

Behavioural scientist Stephen Reicher highlights three key areas that must be addressed if academics and policymakers are to maintain the ...