The Social Mobility Commission’s State of the Nation 2023: People and Places Report examines the state of social mobility in the UK. The report considers several factors contributing to upward mobility, including ethnicity, region, parental education, and home ownership. It also highlights the need for targeted interventions for those with the worst prospects and explores the relationship between social mobility and economic innovation. The report provides valuable insights into the determinants of social mobility and identifies key trends and disparities. It calls for plans and policies for reducing inequality and improving social mobility, targeting interventions to specific regions and populations. The report’s focus on addressing systemic barriers to upward mobility contributes to whole-of-society resilience by promoting equal opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their background.


Click here to read the full report from the Social Mobility Commission

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