Our work has been presented at numerous conferences and seminars:

  • Mayhew, L ‘Re-thinking households – Using administrative data to count and classify households’, British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference 2012, 12th August 2012, University of Nottingham
  • Harper, G ‘Exploiting administrative data in the UK as an alternative to the Census’, Population Geography in a Post-Census World, 32nd International Geography Congress, 30th August 2012, University of Cologne
  • Harper, G ‘Using Administrative Data for Local Purposes in Great Britain’, Life After the Census: Using Administrative Data to Analyse Society, 9th May 2012 University of Ulster. The Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study Research Forum
  • The Brent Integrated Care Co-ordination Service (ICCS), Brent Ministerial visit 2010
  • Harper, G & Mayhew, L ‘Population estimates using local administrative records’, All Change – How can we get better population statistics to plan local services?, British Society for Population Studies Conference 2008, 19th May 2008, Royal Statistical Society