× Search rightsnet
Search options







Forum Home  →  Discussion  →  Access to justice and advice sector issues  →  Thread

UK’s first comprehensive study on devolution and social security

shawn mach


Send message

Total Posts: 3809

Joined: 14 April 2010

Great piece of work in development:

University of York awarded £1.1 million to lead the first stage of UK’s first comprehensive study on devolution and social security

The University of York will lead a new multi-institutional partnership to explore the differences in how social security is designed and delivered across different parts of the UK.

Funded by the Nuffield Foundation, this major study will map the nature, extent and impact of the devolution on social security systems at national, regional and local levels.This will enhance understanding of the consequences for the millions of families across the UK whose experiences and outcomes differ depending on where they live.

The project brings together expertise from seven universities across all four nations of the UK, who will work alongside the Resolution Foundation and Child Poverty Action Group.

More info: https://www.york.ac.uk/news-and-events/news/2024/research/devolution-social-security