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.


  • How can UK tech companies get involved to help more young people find work

    Wilson T, Adzuna and DWP webinar, March 2021

  • Covid Realities: Documenting everyday family life on a low-income during the pandemic

    Wilson T, CRESR SHU webinar, March 2021

  • Analysing the budget from an employment and skills perspective

    Wilson T, ERSA webinar, March 2021

  • Managing job insecurity and creating better quality work

    Bevan S, PHE / SOM, February 2021

  • Rising to the youth unemployment challenge

    Wilson T, ERSA webinar, February 2021

  • Restart programme: Action and Analysis

    Wilson T, ERSA webinar, January 2021

  • The future of work post Covid

    Bajorek Z, Westminster Insights, January 2021

  • Unequal Impact? Coronavirus and the gendered economic impact

    Brown D, Women and Equalities Select Committee, October 2020

  • Storm ready: how to keep us afloat as unemployment hits

    Wilson T, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, September 2020

  • 'Essential work' to 'good work' - ensuring the post Covid labour market is secure

    Wilson T, Tony Blair Institute, September 2020