We specialise in creative research design and effective knowledge exchange, underpinned by the rigour of scholarship and the provision of high quality research and evaluation for statutory and non-statutory agencies located locally, nationally and internationally. We work closely with our partners to develop a robust evidence-base and to identify "What works" as well as assessing social and economic impacts of interventions.
SISER is an intellectual and operational vehicle at the University of Suffolk for conducting applied research in social science and its cognate fields. We are committed to the development of transformational research that explores new areas of enquiry from a multi-disciplinary perspective and provides real life solutions to key social problems.
We have worked with a range of statutory and non-statutory organisations including the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Amnesty International, Government Equalities Office, West Midlands Police, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the Co-Op, the Suffolk Foundation, Nominet Trust, beat, Childnet International, the Marie Collins Foundation, Get Safe Online, Internet Matters, the national Revenge Pornography Helpline, the Better Policing Collaborative, HEFCE, the College of Policing, Suffolk Youth Offending Service, Suffolk Constabulary, Norfolk Constabulary, Office of Police and Crime Commissioner, Suffolk County Council, Norfolk County Council, Anglia Care Trust, Iceni, and Suffolk MIND.
- Domestic Abuse: Our work on domestic abuse Brochure.pdf
- Online Abuse
- Online Safeguarding and Digital Civility
- Community Justice
- Voluntary Sector Research