A new cross-government policy initiative aims to tackle the ‘burning injustice’ of disability discrimination. To support this ambition ONS has pledged to develop a new data dashboard, bringing the key data into one location where the disparities affecting disabled people can be easily interpreted and monitored. Here, Helen Colvin discusses the project and invites interested parties to help in its development.Read more on Ending a ‘burning injustice’: How the ONS will inform the drive against disability discrimination
No longer will stats users looking for insight on public sector efficiency have to consult multiple data sets from different government bodies. Sophie Davies unveils the new ONS Public Service Data Dashboards.Read more on Don’t dash off – check out our Public Service Data Dashboards!
Across government we’re working to highlight how statistics can best shine a light on society’s evolving questions about housing and planning in the UK. Debra Prestwood outlines the priorities for the coming year and explains how we’re putting users at the heart of our work.Read more on Strengthening Our Housing and Planning Statistics
It’s not so long ago that most people in England and Wales were married in their late teens or twenties. But times have changed and those that are married by the age of thirty are in the minority now. Following the latest ONS marriages data, Nick Stripe examines some of the long-term trends in marriage and relationships.Read more on Married by 30? You’re now in the minority
Today the ONS Data Science Campus is celebrating its second anniversary. Tom Smith and Heather Savory take a look back at the last two years and recap some of the exciting innovations and achievements so far.Read more on Looking to the future at the Data Science Campus