Research at York could help shape criminal policy in the future.
Professor Kate Pickett has co-authored a second book looking at inequality and how it affects us as individuals.
The gap between super-rich and the rest of the world widens further
Our research supports a High Court ruling on the Government's benefits cap
Community workers are at the heart of Brazil's public health system
Our research shapes law granting posthumous pardons for gay people
Brexit could be a chance to reform big business
Benefit sanctions are pushing people into poverty
The effect of benefit cuts on migrant workers
Democratic wealth - does it add up?
We're researching the reality of rural poverty
Our research is at the centre of an armed forces legal review
Better healthcare for deprived areas could ease pressure on A&E departments
Our human rights experts give migrants a voice
Report reveals how private businesses rely on the state
Universities and colleges around the world are urged to sign up to historic Accord
Our research casts new light on a major social issue
Professor of Politics Martin Smith argues the UK voting system is broken
Could a Charter Mark help to combat student sexism?
Our researchers find that education is the key to peace-building in Somalia.
Over one in four adults skimp on food to allow household members to eat.
Study debunks common myths about social housing residents.