We know that more than half of you now want to use the website on smartphone or tablet, so we’ve revamped the design to make it more easy to use on those devices as well as a desktop or laptop.
How do I find my way around the website?
Tap or click on a section heading to find the content you’re looking for.
Scroll down any page to see content and follow links.
You can click or tap the ‘back’ button at the bottom of each page to take you to the previous page.
The path you have taken through the site will appear in the top left of the page, you can also use this to go back to a previous page.
How do I search for something?
To search for general content, click the search icon in the top right of the screen and enter your search term in the box that appears.
If you don't know what you want to search for specifically, you can narrow down our content by using filters which can arrange the results such as by date, area of work and fund, among others.
Searching for research, publications and documents
If you know the title of the document you want to view, you can do a general search using the title as your search term.
Don't worry if you don't know the exact wording or spelling, our search will return the closest results.
If you don't know the title of the document or publication, you can narrow down our research and data by using the filters to help you find what you need.
Can't find what you're looking for?
We have worked really hard to make our website accessible and easy to search, although some previously published content may have been archived.
We're still updating our research so some documents that may have appeared in our old website may not be up yet.
If there is a specific piece of research you can’t find, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact us directly to ask for information if you feel something is missing.