In Britain, social mobility has stagnated and Bradford is one of the ‘coldest’ areas for social mobility in the country. Social mobility plays a critical role in a population’s ability to live stable, productive lives, and the link between good health and social mobility is undeniable.
What effect does this ‘immobility’ have on the life chances of ordinary Bradfordians? Born in Bradford is conducting one of the largest research studies in the world to find out what influences the health and wellbeing of families in the city.
Join John Wright, director of the Bradford Institute for Health Research, and Anne-Marie Canning, chair of the Bradford Opportunity Area, as they take part in a conversation chaired by Mark Garratt, director of external affairs at the University of Bradford.