IES staff are very active beyond the commissioned project work they do, with national and international speaking and chairing engagements.

See any of our researchers’ individual activities on their profile pages.


  • Self-employment and transitional labour markets

    Meager N, Social Integration through Transitional Labour Markets, Wissenschaftszentrum, Berlin, January 1997

  • Changing Work Patterns

    Hillage J, Careers Education and Guidance: Maintaining the Momentum, CRAC, Commonwealth Conference and Events Centre, London, December 1996

  • Changing Context for Careers Education and Guidance

    Hillage J, Surrey Careers Service Annual Conference, Surrey Careers Service, Glynn House, Ewell, Surrey, December 1996

  • Beyond the ‘self managed’ career

    Hirsh W, AMED conference, AMED, London, December 1996

  • Evaluation of policies against long-term unemployment

    Meager N, Evaluation Systems for Employment and Vocational Training, European Social Fund, Portugal, December 1996

  • Work Experience: Where are we now?

    Hillage J, Work Experience in the 21st Century, Devon Education Business Partnership, Southgate Hotel, Exeter, November 1996

  • Evaluating Wage Subsidies for the Long-term Unemployed in the UK

    Meager N, Labour Market Policy and Evaluation, Lisbon, November 1996

  • Is there room for bias in competence-based assessments?

    Miller L, Inaugural Conference, Centre for National Initiatives and Equality Issues in Education, University of Hertfordshire, November 1996

  • Where are we now? Work Experience in 1996

    Hillage J, Work Experience for the 21st Century, University of Warwick/Trident, Stoke Rochford Hall, Grantham, October 1996

  • Getting Individual Development to Happen

    Hirsh W, Management Development Network, Civil Service, London, October 1996