Finding the path to social mobility: new evidence briefings
Why are some people disadvantaged by where they’re born, their upbringing or their family circumstances?
We have produced a series of five evidence briefings on social mobility that investigate how health, parenting, education, skills and poverty influence the opportunities for individuals and the outcomes of their lives.
The briefings draw from a range of research produced by the centres and studies we fund. They present key findings and analyse possible policy interventions that could give people without opportunity or advantage the chance to break the cycle of social immobility.
The research we fund challenges accepted views and offers new perspectives that influence opinion and policy to find ways to create a more open, fairer society.
Download the social mobility evidence briefings
- Education vital for social mobility (PDF, 377Kb)
- Health inequalities continue to undermine social mobility (PDF, 441Kb)
- Parenting style influences child development and social mobility (PDF, 520Kb)
- Child poverty casts a long shadow over social mobility (PDF, 521Kb)
- Employment key to social mobility (PDF, 491Kb)
Other evidence briefings
We have also produced other evidence briefings on a broad range of subjects.