The Economic and Social Research Council's Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE) has prepared briefing documents on the 'Dynamics of diversity: evidence from the 2011 Census':
To complement the briefings, CoDE has produced Excel-based interactive profiler tools to create your own census data analyses. Please cite our website when reproducing results from the profiler.
|Local authority age profiler||Local authority diversity profiler|
|Ethnicity and deprivation in England||Who can and cannot speak English?|
|Which ethnic groups have the poorest health?||What languages are spoken in England and Wales?|
|How has the rise in private renting disproportionately affected some ethnic groups?||Have ethnic inequalities in employment persisted between 1991 and 2011?|
|Ethnic inequalities in labour market participation?||What makes ethnic group populations grow?|
|Who feels British?||Has neighbourhood segregation decreased?|
|How can we count immigration and integration?||Does Britain have plural cities?|
|More segregation or more mixing?||How has ethnic diversity grown 1991-2001-2011?|
- Comparability across 1991, 2001 and 2011 Censuses
- Advice on consistent Census ethnic group categories: 1991-2001-2011
- Labels for ethnic groups
- Population cartograms are used in each briefing where each local authority district boundary is shown approximately proportional in size to its resident population. The cartogram key
can also be viewed here
- Slippery segregation: meanings and measurement
- Local Authority District OPCS classification
- Neighbourhood segregation
- Estimating components of population change and Total Fertility Rates
- Media clips
- Local briefings
The briefings are edited by the University of Manchester's Ludi Simpson and Stephen Jivraj, with an editorial board including James Nazroo, Nissa Finney, Mark Brown, Laia Becares, Dharmi Kapadia, Susan O'Shea, Bridget Byrne, Meenakshi Parameshwaran.
The briefings are funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and CoDE.
Further briefings will be published during 2013 when more detailed data is available from the 2011 Census.
For more information on the 2011 Census visit the ONS website.
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