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New Research into Social Cost Benefit Analysis

New Research into Social Cost Benefit Analysis

Parliament Street is pleased to announce the publication of The Importance of Conventions: A Critical Evaluation of Current Practice in Social Cost Benefit Analysis. This research from Dr. Peter Hill (St. Mary’s University, Twickenham) and Professor Andrew Edkins (University College London) seeks to critically evaluate current practice in social cost benefit analysis (SCBA). The paper focuses on how SCBA evaluators […]

by · 21st August 2020 · Research
BRIEFING NOTE: Minding the Pandemic – Reflections

BRIEFING NOTE: Minding the Pandemic – Reflections

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman reflects on his personal experience of the third week of the lockdown and reflects upon the subsequent impact on his mental health.

by · 16th April 2020 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – From Crisis to Crisis

NEW RESEARCH – From Crisis to Crisis

The relationship between mental health and the police has never been so evident. The police are going from Crisis to Crisis as they support people with mental health issues inside and outside the force. This new research paper looks at that relationship, examining the serious crisis of poor mental health within the police force and the problematic nature of the […]

by · 24th February 2020 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – Policing, Caring and Treating the Effects of a Mental Health Crisis

NEW RESEARCH – Policing, Caring and Treating the Effects of a Mental Health Crisis

In a brand new research paper, Parliament Street’s Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman analyses the current relationship between public services and Mental Health in the United Kingdom. The research paper also provides recommendations to government going forward. Read the paper here: Policing, Caring and Treating the Effects of a Mental Health Crisis

by · 8th April 2019 · Research