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  • Dashboard of car with sat nav

    A new report has examined working conditions for private hire and Hackney taxi drivers, finding that the precarious nature of the work and an oversupply of drivers is putting livelihoods at risk.

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    The WoW study created by Nottingham’s two universities is investigating how people’s work and employment has changed because of COVID-19. Find out how you can take part.

  • Family on a computer screen

    A new study has revealed that people who feel a psychological sense of closeness and belonging with their family are better able to cope in times of economic and financial uncertainty.,-says-new-research

  • bingo sheet

    Becki Robbins reflects on her placement with NCE delivering an event to livestream the latest budget.

  • hand car wash

    Research conducted by members of The Work, Informalisation and Place research group (WIP) at NTU has informed a call for the tighter regulation of UK hand car wash operators

  • Map of a network

    How can the idea of social prescribing be used within different contexts here in Nottingham? Join us to explore the value of Social Prescribing and how it could be used with migrants and those in financial stress.

  • the data tool

    Celebrating the success of NTU students and their contribution to Nottingham Civic Exchange's work programmes through TILT SPUR projects.

  • Hand Car Washes across Bristol RPM

    Reflections from two SPUR researchers on mapping hand car washes across a large urban city as part of Good Work Nottingham.

  • Skate Nottingham Radical Places Poster

    Nottingham Civic Exchange Associate Chris Lawton reflects on creating opportunities to make use of forgotten spaces for young people in Nottingham.

  • Value of family holidays research

    With summer holiday season nearly here; many families will have already booked their break away. However, latest research shows a holiday is an unaffordable luxury for many hard working families, and that missing out is having a negative impact on mental well-being.