The Covid-19 crisis has hit the oil and gas industry hard. Extraction has shrunk as health restrictions have been put in place and demand has dwindled, threatening tens of thousands of jobs...
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The pandemic has exposed our lack of resilience and preparation for severe global threats, caused by an outdated ideology that prioritises efficiency over wellbeing. This is just as true for Covid-19...
A common refrain during Covid-19 – and, for many, the one silver lining – has been that ‘nature is returning’. By pushing humans inside, the pandemic has reduced pollution and resulted in wildlife...
Austerity has failed. And Covid-19 now presents us with the biggest challenge in 70 years. We cannot afford to repeat the mistakes of the last crisis. We need a different approach – one that...
Over the past decade, the government has rolled out a series of measures aimed at creating a ‘hostile environment’ for people living in the UK without immigration status. In this report, we assess the impacts of the hostile environment on individuals and communities.
Ten years after it was first introduced, new research finds that austerity has had a disproportionately damaging impact upon the North of England’s resilience and its capacity to deal with the social...
Weathering the winter storm: Strengthening financial security in Scotland through the ongoing Covid-19 crisis
While we are all weathering the storm of Covid-19, we are not all in the same boat. This report outlines how the UK and Scottish governments need to act to protect those at most risk of financial insecurity in Scotland.
This year IPPR will be holding a programme of virtual fringe events throughout the party conference season.
A panel event looking at community action surrounding climate change and what more can be done to support it.
A group of residents coming together to decide how Thurrock can respond to the climate and nature emergencies in a way that is fair for everyone.
Channel 4 News cover a report from IPPR and the Runnymede Trust think tanks on the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on ethnic minorities in the UK and what the government should be doing about it. 58,000 more people would have died in first wave if white population faced same risk as black communities
The IPPR Commission on Economic Justice made the case for radical economic reform. This film is a summary of our national events series, engaging local policy communities and the wider public to...
We've all been working very differently recently. But these often innovative flexible working solutions needn't be just for this crisis. This is a pivotal moment when we should embed healthier working practices across the economy.
This is a series of podcasts documenting the findings from a number of events, hosted in partnership between IPPR and Agulhas, looking at international examples of a just transition for IPPR’s Environmental Justice Commission.
Listen: Economic Justice for the North West - with Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram This week we’ve been in Manchester discussing what economic justice means for the North West with Manchester Mayor...
IPPR's Economic Justice Podcast. This episode looks at power in the economy. Who has it? Why does it matter? And what do we even mean by power? Hosted by IPPR Director Carys Roberts with guests James...
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