Using Historical Census Data - Census 21

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AHRC/ESRC funded: working with under-represented groups in Brighton and Hastings, this project co-designed a programme of creative learning sessions for a range of school, healthcare and community settings.

These sessions will explored the changing complexion of the Census returns between 1901 and 1911, taking into account the updated questions for 2011, and the extent to which this data highlights key social, cultural, economic and political shifts. The data was used to frame a critical consideration of the newly elaborated questions for the 2021 Census by way of examining health, disability, housing, work, migration, gender, sexuality, as well as specific issues relating to inclusion and miscounting in Census returns.
Original languageEnglish
TypeCensus 21 Impact Project
Media of outputMulti-media
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2021

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AHRC/ESCR UK and Research Innovation


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