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An introduction to the processes and sites which can provide a background and baseline for the work of Communities First in Wales, including reference to the newly publish Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (November 2014). Includes a list of governmental and non-governmental websites and resources.

An introduction to the processes and sites which can provide a background and baseline for the work of Communities First in Wales, including reference to the newly publish Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (November 2014). Includes a list of governmental and non-governmental websites and resources.

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Using statistics for Communities First clusters

  1. 1. James Hall Project Manager
  2. 2. U. Beck: Risk Society, 1992
  3. 3. Action Research Projects celt.ust.hk
  4. 4. A variety of sources Have a go! What would you like to find out? Play!
  5. 5. Indicators Domains Weighting Ranking for each LSOA
  6. 6. Exercise Split into groups Share out LSOAs Find out one key fact about Prosperity, Health and Education Use latest data available – older data available? Present it in some way – graph, picture, numbers
  7. 7. The North Cluster consists of the following Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) Abersychan 1,2,4 Blaenavon 2 Cwmyniscoy St. Cadocs and Penygarn Trevethin 1,2
  8. 8. The South Cluster consists of the following Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) Fairwater 2 Greenmeadow 1,3 Llantarnam 3 Pontnewydd 1 St. Dials 1,2 Two Locks 1 Upper Cwmbran 1,3 (covering a significant proportion of Cwmbran town and outlying areas)
  9. 9. Drilling down to more local results Street reps Surveys Qualitative surveys – e.g. digital stories Area surveys Question design Time constraints
  10. 10. Glyncoch survey Summer 2014 1500 houses/flats One week 12 staff 1 researcher 1 morning training c.400 responses
  11. 11. Websites https://assemblyinbrief.wordpress.com/category/statistics/ Assembly Research Service briefing https://statswales.wales.gov.uk/Catalogue Stats Wales – official Welsh Government https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/ Office for National Statistics – UK labour market http://wimd.wales.gov.uk/ WIMD interactive – beta (test site) https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-work-pensions/ about/statistics DWP UK stats
  12. 12. Websites http://www.police.uk/ Police UK data down to neighbourhood level http://www.poverty.ac.uk/tags/wales Poverty & Social Exclusion – academic – several universities (ESRC) http://www.jrf.org.uk/publications/monitoring-poverty-and-social-exclusion-2014 Joseph Rowntree Foundation – independent think tank http://wales.gov.uk/statistics-and-research/welsh-health-survey/?lang=en Welsh Health Survey – WG http://mylocalschool.wales.gov.uk/ My local school – WG three years’ worth of stats in easy to read format http://www.assembly.wales/Research%20Documents/14-048%20Unemployment/14- 048.pdf Unemployment briefing by county
  13. 13. Diolch! Thanks! peopleandworkunit.org.uk facebook.com/pawu1984 @PWUnit

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