Growth and inclusion
Passion for social justice is a hallmark of Manchester and is reflected in our many related research outputs focusing on inequality, ethnicity and economic growth. The theme also addresses the huge appetite to understand the drivers of prosperity and social justice.
Inclusive Growth Analysis Unit (IGAU)
IGAU is an independent analytic resource set up in January 2016 to help make poverty reduction central to processes of economic growth and devolution in Greater Manchester, and to provide research, analysis and insight on inclusive growth in other UK cities.
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Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE)
CoDE aims to transform current understanding of the contemporary patterning of ethnic inequalities by examining how changing patterns relate to the ways in which ethnic identities are perceived, acted upon and experienced.
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Fairness at Work Research Centre (FairWRC)
The Fairness at Work Research Centre carries out and stimulates cross-disciplinary research within the area of fair treatment, diversity and well-being, this covers the areas of dignity at work, fair pay and employment practices, gender and diversity, health and well-being, technology, representation and trade unions and promoting decent work in global value chains.
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