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Along with our research on social inclusion and financial inclusion, we also examine the wellbeing of various groups, such as older people, young people and women. Here below are some examples:

Recent Projects

Making the biggest difference: Supporting cancer patients

Funded by the Healthwatch and NHS CCG Tower Hamlets, this research uses a combination of qualitative methods and GIS mapping to explore the kinds of support that would make the biggest difference for people with cancer and their families. This project is part of a bigger programme at the CCG and Healthwatch which aims to ensure that the needs of the local community directly impact on how services are designed and commissioned in Tower Hamlets. 

August 2015

Statistics on prostitution in London and the UK

A report exploring existing research and data to build up a bank of information related to women who seel sex on the street in Tower Hamlets and London, in an attempt to understand what is known and not known about the issue.

June 2009

Statistics on prostitution in London and in the UK





Archive publications

Final Report of the Bethnal Green After-Care Experiment

This report, published in 1936, argues for an 'aftercare' programme for young people to be introduced that would supervise them for up to three years after they left school. The programme would provide advice on gaining employment, health care and profitably and effectively managing their spare time.

October 1936 

Bethnal Green after-care experiment