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We're recruiting! Looking for a new Research Assistant to join our team

Jan 05, 2017

We're currently looking for a new Research Assistant to join our team working on a range of projects in the field of ousing and planning. Salary £25,298-£29,301.

We're recruiting! Looking for a new centre administrator

Dec 13, 2016

We are looking to recruit a Research Centre Administrator (80% of full time) to work with us. The post holder will have responsibility for the administration of the Centre, which currently employs three full-time and four part-time researchers and will be based in our offices in Silver Street, Cambridge.

Launch of report into the role of housing providers in tackling poverty of young people in the UK

Nov 18, 2016

Our two year study into the role of housing providers into the role of housing providers in tackling the poverty of young people in the UK was launched this week at an event hosted by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation in London. The key findings from the research were presented and delegates discussed how housing providers could do more to tackle poverty of young people in the UK.

Festival of Ideas event - The potential for Time Credits to generate public health outcomes

Nov 07, 2016

‘Time Currencies in Cambridgeshire: Exchanging Time, Connecting Communities’ was held at the Festival of Ideas and attracted an audience of over 60 people who were keen to learn more about Time Credit and Timebank initiatives across Cambridgeshire.

The Changing Role of Private Renting in Europe - new research published

Nov 01, 2016

New research published today suggests that it is economic pressures rather than government policies which have been most important in changing the role of private renting across Europe.

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