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By #BeeWell | 11 October 2022 | TAGS: Children and young people, Research and learning, Inequalities

Commissioned by Policy@Manchester, the Education Policy Institute report draws on an in-depth analysis of public datasets, including #BeeWell data, to explore the correlation between neighbourhood characteristics and young people's wellbeing in Greater Manchester. 

The key findings show that some neighbourhood characteristics are significantly correlated to different domains or drivers of wellbeing, including on income disparity, health deprivation, crime risk and more.

Combined with the existing literature, these findings suggest what needs to be prioritised to create a sense of belonging for young people and to ensure physical activity is accessible and available to all. 

Read the full report here


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