May 31st

Understanding the lives of separating and separated families in the UK

Lack of data on the lives of separating and separated families is hindering effective policymaking for children and families, according to a new report published by the Nuffield Foundation.

May 26th

Success of technical colleges depends on ending recruitment of young people at age 14

Nuffield-funded research from the IPPR shows that the UTC and studio school programmes are failing due to difficulties recruiting pupils at age 14 and poor academic results

May 22nd

Rising levels of in-work poverty

More than half (60%) of people living in poverty in the UK live in a household where someone is in work, the highest figure recorded, according to research published today by Cardiff University and funded by the Nuffield Foundation

May 19th

New partnership with Education Endowment Foundation to build evidence base around early years interventions

The Nuffield Foundation called for proposals on the development and early evaluation of early years interventions that aimed to improve outcomes for disadvantaged children.

May 16th

Leaving rates are ‘particularly high’ for early-career teachers in EBacc subjects, new analysis has revealed

Nuffield-funded analysis carried out by National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) has found that maths, science and language teachers have high rates of leaving the profession, particularly in the first five years of their careers.

April 28th

General Election 2017

This page provides links to Nuffield-funded projects that have recently published findings relevant to public debates in the run-up to the General Election. It also links to new projects we have funded that will provide analysis and other services specifically designed to provide independent and accurate information to voters.

April 4th

David Archard announced as new Chair of Nuffield Council on Bioethics

The Nuffield Foundation welcomes the appointment of David Archard as the new Chair of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. David is Professor of Philosophy at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, at Queen’s University Belfast.

April 3rd

Seminar: Developing and Evaluating Early Years Interventions

Do you have experience of designing, delivering, or evaluating interventions to improve childrens' learning in early years education? Has your intervention had some promising results but you need funding to develop it further? 

March 31st

Current divorce law effectively allows divorce ‘on demand’ but is masked by a painful legal ritual that does not protect marriage.

In the light of the Court of Appeal judgment in Owens v Owens, new Nuffield-funded research highlights the need for reform of divorce law in England and Wales. 

March 22nd

Family court transparency plans fall short as judges struggle to find time to publish judgments safely

New research from Cardiff University’s School of Law and Politics and funded by the Nuffield Foundation suggests that guidance given to judges to routinely publish their judgments is not being consistently followed, leaving the public with a patchy understanding of the family justice system in England and Wales.