Public data for resilience and inclusion​

Using administrative data to inform policy and practice in challenging times.

ADR UK Conference 2023


14 November 2023

Registered pre-conference workshops ticket holders only (FULLY BOOKED)

15 & 16 November 2023 

Registered conference ticket holders only (SOLD OUT)

Location: The Eastside Rooms, Birmingham


Conference sub-themes

  • Research to support renewal, recovery and resilience

  • Data linkage, methods, systems and technology

  • Ethics, law and social implications

  • Public engagement and involvement in population data research


Prepare for your visit

We are looking forward to seeing you at the ADR UK Conference 2023 at The Eastside Rooms in Birmingham. Tickets are now sold out. Prepare for your visit using our interactive programme and find out more about the venue, transport links and hotels:

Hear from our Directors

Dr Emma Gordon (ADR UK) and Bill South (ONS)

Our sponsors

Official Sponsor

Official Sponsor

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Our exhibitors

Conference highlights

  • Poster presentations​ 
  • Bursary awards​ available
  • Pre-conference workshops​
  • Ample networking opportunities built in​
  • Keynote speeches from leaders in the field
  • Parallel sessions​ on a diverse range of topics

We are a welcoming community drawn from academia and government who are working to transform the way researchers access the UK's administrative data for public good research. We encourage anyone in the field including researchers, data scientists and civil service analysts to participate in this conference. 

"Since 2018, ADR UK has worked with data owners across the UK to safely and securely open up access to administrative data for research. Five years on, this conference is an opportunity to come together to showcase the incredible insights now being generated, so we can continue to build this research community.”

Dr Emma Gordon, Director, ADR UK

“There is huge value in administrative data research to inform and shape policy, especially during challenging times for the economy, society and the environment. This conference provides an opportunity for all those involved in the process to come together to better understand its potential to improve resilience and inclusion."

Bill South, Deputy Director, ONS