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.


  • 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

  • Stigma and discrimination in employment

    Bevan S, Tory Party Conference, October 2020

  • Securing young people's futures in a Covid disrupted world

    Wilson T, Think Forward Webinar, October 2020

  • An RCT to understand the elements of successful mental health training for managers

    Wilson S, Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, January 2020

  • Understanding the conditions for successful mental health training for managers

    Edwards M, CIPD Applied Research Conference in Dublin, January 2020

  • Evidence-based practice in action

    Lucy D, CIPD Applied Research Conference, January 2020

  • Mindfulness in the military: Improving mental fitness in the UK Armed Forces using next generation Team Mindfulness training

    Carter A, Emergency Responders Research Symposium, January 2020

  • Findings from the RSSB project

    Wilson S, Mental Health and Wellbeing Thought Leadership Forum, January 2020

  • What we can do to achieve change in equality, diversity and inclusion

    Bajorek Z, Citizens Advice Annual Conference, November, 2019