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Flying Start: Qualitative research with high need families
15 October 2013
The Welsh Government commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake a qualitative study exploring the experiences of high need parents engaging with the Flying Start early years’ services. The research identifies perceived impacts among this group, and will be used in conjunction with the outputs from our wider evaluation of the programme to inform future delivery.
Growing Up Digital
30 September 2013
In a world where Technology has an increasing influence on most people's life MediaCT investigates what effects this influence has on children.
Child Hunger in London
13 August 2013
The London Food Board has worked with Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute to provide a snap shot of child hunger and food poverty in the capital.
Making Sense... of Motherhood
12 March 2013
In this edition of the Ipsos Marketing newsletter, we bring you a collection of thought pieces on motherhood and how understanding this life changing moment is a key opportunity for brands and for business.
Childcare and early years survey of parents: 2011
31 January 2013
This survey, funded by the Department for Education and carried out by Ipsos MORI, aims to provide information to help monitor the progress of policies in the area of childcare and early years provision.
Childcare and early years survey of parents 2010
28 June 2012
Ipsos MORI has published the findings from the latest Childcare and Early Years Survey of Parents, which provides salient, up-to-date information on parents’ use of childcare and early years provision, and their views and experiences.
Children’s Well-being in UK, Sweden and Spain:
14 September 2011
Status technology and clothing brands play a significant role in creating or reinforcing social divisions amongst children between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, according to a new report by Ipsos MORI for UNICEF UK.
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