Walsall Ethnographic Research, Being a Child of Walsall

29th June 2020
Every year, as in other local authorities, Walsall Council’s Director of Public Health produces...

Let community be the lasting legacy of COVID-19

25th June 2020
Will we return to our previous way of life as restrictions lift or does COVID-19 give us the spac...

Evolving support for residents

19th June 2020
Good landlords are supporting their tenants throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite having to w...

Heart and mind: how behavioural insights will help us out of COVID-19

10th June 2020
Little by little, society is opening up from the coronavirus restrictions. Last week, some kids w...

Tenants’ financial scars from COVID-19

1st June 2020
The world is an uncertain place right now and will remain uncertain for the months – maybe year...

Every little - act of kindness - helps

23rd May 2020
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, an apt week for the ongoing lockdown, with our uncerta...

Public Health Wales Precarious Employment Survey 2020: Adapting research methodologies in light of COVID-19

18th May 2020
Recent years have seen major changes in employment trends, with reductions in permanent employmen...

Researching SEND services in Cumbria

13th May 2020
M·E·L Research has just completed a comprehensive research project into the experience of the p...

Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on Tenants

1st May 2020
COVID-19 will have a profound impact on customers, tenants, shared owners and leaseholders as wel...

Understanding the health and wellbeing needs of your employees

29th April 2020
Understanding the mental health and wellbeing needs of your employees and volunteers will be vita...