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.


  • 20 Million Reasons to Discuss Life After Cancer: Establishing a European Survivorship Day

    Stephen Bevan, European Cancer Patient Coalition, July 2021

  • ICT's and future of work - how to analyze the current changes in the work environment

    Bajorek Z, World Summit on the Information Society, April 2021

  • Age inclusive workforces: the business case and putting it into practice

    Bevan S, Ageing Better, April 2021

  • Covid-19 and musculoskeletal Heath

    Bevan S, Annual Conference of the British Rheumatology Society, April 2021

  • Community Renewal Fund: briefing for employment sector support

    Wilson T, ERSA, April 2021

  • Will the employability sector recover?

    Wilson T, Aptem, April 2021

  • Employment options and support for young disabled people

    Wilson T, National Deaf Children’s Society, March 2021

  • Cancer survivors at work - the unspoken truth

    Bevan S, Health and Wellbeing at Work conference, March 2021

  • Covid-19 and the implications for employee mental health

    Bevan S, Scottish Enterprise, March 2021

  • Improving access to good work for young people – the IES and Health Foundation policy project

    Orlando C, ERSA Conference: Youth Employment - Good Work and Opportunities for All, April 2021