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The Competency Framework defines the professional competency for members of the Social research profession within government.
This scheme is only open to students in their penultimate year of their undergraduate degree with a substantial social research methods component.
The scheme is an accelerated development programme that seeks that develop our future professional leaders in the Government Social Research Service.
New Government Social Research Membership Forms and Guidance
This scheme is only open to applicants in their penultimate year of their undergraduate degree with significant social research methods component
Process for raising a complaint if you are unhappy with the way your application to a Government Social Research Service recruitment scheme was treated.
This report sets out the achievements made in the three years since the publication of the Strategy
Government Economic and Social Research Team (GESR) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Membership Privacy Notice
Government Economic and Social Research Team (GESR) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Recruitment Privacy Notice
The Government Social Research Code in relation to people and products
The home of Government Social Research Profession on GOV.UK. The Government Social Research profession supports the development, implementation, review and evaluation of government policy.
A government introduction to social media; from aiding research to the ethical considerations of using such platforms.
An update on progress made on implementing the priorities set out in the GSR 2015-2020 Strategy
This report sets out the achievements made in the 12 months since the publication of the Strategy.
How the Government Social Research (GSR) Profession will support its members over the next 5 years.
Principles for the publication of all government social research that is not regulated by the UK Statistics Authority
The Government Social Research profession supports the development, implementation, review and evaluation of government policy.
Guidance on the principles which should be used when conducting social research for government.
Guidance to help with the recruiting and development process for social researchers within government
Practical guidance for government social researchers reviewing and working on behaviour change models.
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