LARIA Research Impact Awards winners 2015

The LARIA Research Impact Awards recognise the impact of research as a local level and showcase the very best work of our members. The winners were announced at the first day of the LARIA Conference at our awards dinner on …

LARIA Research Academy launched

Supporting the professional development of local area researchers is one of our key objectives. We are therefore delighted to launch the LARIA Research Academy. Our idea is that this would be a cohort of researchers, from Corporate member organisations, who …

What is Local Area Research Fortnight all about?

Local Area Research Fortnight is a celebration of the value of local area research. It will run from 16th – 29th March 2015 and our aim is to get not only LARIA members but a whole range of public and …

LARIA Partnership Group launched

We are pleased to launch the LARIA Partnership Group which we believe will help improve the availability and use of local evidence to support policy making, service improvement and delivery. It is intended to provide our members with guidance and …

Update from the South East Public Health Information Group

LGInform and LGInform Plus

GIS and Public Health – Mapping Public Health Service Provision

A new approach to policy and strategy in Kirklees

The Involve planning tool – how we share engagement in Kirklees

Why quality local area research is key to the future of communities

The Value of Qualitative Research in Public Consultation

Understanding community relations in Kirklees

Public Health knowledge and intelligence workforce

LARIA AGM: 24th March 2015

Would you (or someone in your team) like to be the new LARIA Secretary?

Social Media Influence on Young Voters

Take part in the LARIA Insight Community

LARIA North West – Feb 2015 ‘Taster’ event summary

Tell the ONS about your use of local data

Upcoming Events

SSRG Annual Workshop – Evidencing Service Improvement for Vulnerable Children and Adults

Chief Fire Officers Association: The call for data answered

Age-friendly Cities: Q&A evening with discussion