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Changing places of work: a place-based approach for re-imagining work in fossil free industrial towns of the future

Client: Formas, Forte and the Swedish Research Council | Staff: Will Eadson, Bregje van Veelen, Stefan Backius


This-Ability

Client: The Humber Learning Consortium | Nadia Bashir, Elizabeth Sanderson and Ian Wilson


Evaluation of Your Work Your Way

Client: Child Poverty Action Group | Staff: CRESR: Sarah Pearson, Elizabeth Sanderson, Cathy Harris, Elaine Batty; University of Strathclyde: Colin Lindsay,


Humber Industrial Cluster Plan: Societal and cultural challenges study

Client: Humber and East Yorkshire LEP, Hull City Council, CATCH| Staff: Will Eadson and Phil Northall


Older industrial towns at the frontier of new energy economies

Client: Regional Studies Association | Staff: Will Eadson and Alvaro Castano Garcia


Inclusion Plan Evidence Base

Client: South Yorkshire Combined Authority | Staff: Richard Crisp, Tina Beatty, Tony Gore, Ed Ferrari and Joe McMullan


Evaluation of the Working Well Early Help programme

Client: Greater Manchester Combined Authority| Staff: Richard Crisp, Aimee Ambrose, Elaine Batty, Ian Wilson, Steve Parkes and Elizabeth Sanderson. From the University of Salford: Lisa Scullion Jenny Ceolta-Smith and Andrea Gibbons


Evaluation of Ask and Act

Client: Welsh Government| Staff: Kesia Reeve, Aimee Ambrose, Ian Wilson, Emma Bimpson, Stephen Green, Lindsey McCarthy, Elizabeth Sanderson, Elaine Batty and Barry Goodchild


South Yorkshire Local Skills Employment Plan

Client: Doncaster Chamber of Commerce | Staff: Peter Wells and David Leather


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