The Census: What surprises are emerging and how they show that cancellation of the 2021 Census may be foolhardy

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  • 07 March 2013
  • Lecture Theatre 7, University of Sheffield, Hicks Building, Hounsfield Road, Sheffield, S3 7RH
  • Organiser: Royal Statistical Society
  • Contact: Lyn Taylor
  • E-mail: rss.sheffield@gmail.com
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Danny Dorling’s research focuses on the changing social, political and medical geographies in Britain and elsewhere, and social and spatial inequalities to life chances and how these may be narrowed. He has written and edited many influential books on social inequality, including ‘You Think You Know About Britain?’ and ‘Fair Play: A Reader on Social Justice’.

Meeting organised by Sheffield Local Group

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