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Apeliadau Brys: Data a Phrosiect Rhannu Dysgu ESRC GCRF

Mae hwn yn brosiect gan gydweithwyr yn Ysgol Busnes Caerdydd a WISERD mewn cydweithrediad â’r  Ymgyrch Dillad Glân (CCC). Mae’n seiliedig ar ddyfarniad IAA cynharach ESRC a gwblhawyd ym mis Mawrth 2019. Ffocws ein gwaith yw gwella a datblygu’r gronfa ddata a ddefnyddir gan CSC i gofnodi a monitro ei fecanwaith Apeliadau Brys. Mae CSC…

Gweithredoli Hawliau Llafur ESRC GCRF

Mae hwn yn brosiect ymchwil rhyngwladol a ariennir gan yr ESRC o dan gylch gwaith y Gronfa Ymchwil Heriau Byd-eang (GCRF). Mae’n gydweithrediad rhwng ymchwilwyr yn Ysgol Busnes Caerdydd a WISERD a’n partneriaid yn Cividep-India. Mae’r ymchwil yn unigryw gan ei fod yn astudiaeth hydredol, sy’n canolbwyntio ar y gweithle, o fynediad at feddyginiaeth ar…

Understanding the Gender Pay Gap within the UK Public Sector

WISERD researchers, Melanie Jones and Esgi Kaya have evaluated the size of the gender pay gap within UK public sector occupations such as teaching and nursing after they successfully secured a research grant from the Office of Manpower Economics (OME). The research has informed the work of the independent public sector pay review bodies. They used large…

Exploring effective practice in civil society organisations’ promotion of human rights, good governance and social justice in India and Bangladesh

This multidisciplinary research network project is jointly hosted by WISERD and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. It is funded under a Global Challenge Research Fund award from the Academy of Medical Sciences. The Principal Investigators are Professor Paul Chaney (WISERD, Cardiff) and Dr Sarbeswar Sahoo (IIT, Delhi) – in collaboration with Dr Seuty Sabur…

Rhagolygon Gwledig-Trefol: Datgloi Synergeddau (ROBUST)

Mae Canolfan Gwleidyddiaeth a Chymdeithas Cymru / ymchwilwyr WISERD@Aberystwyth yn cymryd rhan mewn astudiaeth Ewropeaidd i ymchwilio i ryngweithiadau rhwng ardaloedd gwledig a threfol a sut y gellir eu rheoli’n fwy effeithiol. Mae ROBUST yn brosiect ymchwil Ewropeaidd sy’n cynnwys 24 partner o 11 gwlad. Mae’n cael ei gydlynu gan Brifysgol Wageningen yn yr Iseldiroedd. Mae’r…

IMecanweithiau Integreiddiol ar gyfer Mynd i’r Afael â Chyfiawnder Gofodol ac Anghydraddoldebau Tiriogaethol yn Ewrop (IMAJINE)

Mae’r prosiect IMAJINE (Mecanweithiau Integreiddiol ar gyfer Mynd i’r Afael â Chyfiawnder Gofodol ac Anghydraddoldebau Tiriogaethol yn Ewrop) yn un o’r prosiectau gwyddorau cymdeithasol mwyaf i gael ei ariannu fel rhan o raglen Horizon 2020 yr UE. Nod y prosiect pum mlynedd yw llunio dulliau polisi newydd ar gyfer mynd i’r afael ag anghydraddoldeb a…

Rhwydwaith Ymchwil ar Dai Cymru

The Welsh Housing Research Network brings together researchers and research organisations in Wales in the field of housing. Researchers are exploring housing issues via a multitude of disciplines ranging from the social sciences and economics to architecture and health. Moreover, network members are drawn from academia, government, the voluntary sector and the private sector. This…

Welsh Government Evidence Symposia

Overview This project was aimed at improving the linkages between research evidence and policy development in Wales (and elsewhere). It was based on a partnership between WISERD and the Welsh Government (WG); and involved the development of four Evidence Symposia, each of which focused on a key policy theme. Each Symposium brought together leading researchers…

Goblygiadau i’r Farchnad Lafur yn sgîl newidiadau yn y Sector Cyhoeddus: Anghydraddoldeb

Y Bwlch Cyflog rhwng y Rhywiau yn y DU yn ystod y cyfnod 1998-2013 : Beth yw rôl y sector cyhoeddus? Defnyddiwyd yr Arolwg o’r Llafurlu Chwarterol i gymharu’r bwlch cyflog rhwng y rhywiau yn y sectorau cyhoeddus a phreifat rhwng 1998 a 2013 ac i nodi cyfraniad y dyraniad cyflogaeth sectoraidd i’r bwlch cyflog…

Labour Market Implications of Changes in the Public Sector

In 2010 the UK coalition Government committed itself to an active policy of fiscal consolidation designed to ‘eliminate’ the structural deficit by the end of the current parliament (HM Budget, March 2011). As part of their consolidation plans the Government announced its intention to promote a rebalancing of the UK economy, away from public sector…

Labour Market Implications of Changes in the Public Sector: Public Sector Pay

Pay determination and outcomes in the public sector Data from the Labour Force Survey was used to investigate public sector wage differential in the UK 1994 to 2012. In the first of a set of analyses, three separate sub-periods are considered in detail, each characterise broadly different government policy stances towards the public sector and different…

Unlocking the potential of the Welsh Local Labour Force Survey: an investigation into labour market transitions in Wales

The project aimed to highlight the potential value of an important but currently underutilised dataset, the Welsh Local Labour Force Survey (WLLFS). The main aim was to provide new evidence relating to labour market transitions in Wales. In terms of the analysis we propose two separate pieces of research that both use the WLLFS to examine ‘at…

ERDF Business Survey

Overview In partnership with Old Bell 3 Ltd and IFF Research, WISERD undertook a survey of ERDF assisted businesses under the Convergence and Competitiveness Programmes for WEFO. The survey findings supplement existing Programme monitoring data to assess the effectiveness of the ERDF Enterprise, Business Finance, and R&D and Innovation Priorities. The survey also provided useful information to WEFO…

Connected Communities: Connectivity Place and Elective Belonging: Community and Later Life

Overview As a part of the development process for the Connected Communities programme, the AHRC supported research reviews in 2011 to address a wide range of underpinning issues. The aim of these reviews was to: stimulate debate and provide some early outputs from the programme; inform future discussions about its shape, focus and priorities; and…

Knowing Localities: Responses to Redundancy at AA

Overview This project was concerned with the impact on workers, their families and neighbourhoods of the closure of the Anglesey Aluminium (AA) smelter in September 2009, formerly one of the major employers in the Holyhead area. Previous studies of the impact of factory closure on local communities have focused on the individual impacts of redundancy as…

Connected Communities: Older People’s Connected Rural Lives

This project sought to problematise homogenising narratives of older people as predominately ‘static’ and ‘passive’, and therefore somehow less implicated in wider social and economic networks; perceptions compounded by the context of rural peripherality. While older people’s experiences may offer insights into the changing historical shape of communities, it is also vital to understand how older…

An Evaluation of the Women’s Turnaround Project

Overview The Women’s Turnaround project aimed to engage women offenders so that they make necessary changes to stop offending, following a holistic, woman-centred, service model recommended by the Corston Report in 2007. This project explored the women’s and stakeholder’s perspectives on what women needed and whether the Turnaround project in North Wales had achieved its aim…

Analysis of the Correlates of Self Reported Work Related Illness in the Labour Force Survey

Overview Work has long been acknowledged as an important social determinant of health with research being conducted as to how a range of workplace, personal and job characteristics influence occupational health. Recent research has demonstrated the importance of the economic environment in terms of understanding movements in rates of workplace injury, both in terms of…

Factors Associated with the Effective Involvement of Workers in Health and Safety Management

Overview The involvement of workers and their representatives in consultation on arrangements for managing risks to health and safety at work is a key element of the requirements of the EU Framework Directive 89/391. While there are differences in provisions between member states that reflect national differences in regulatory styles and labour relations cultures and practices,…