This report identifies six areas where policy needs to change to tackle health inequality, and makes recommendations across the NHS and the socioeconomic drivers of poor health.
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In this IPPR journal issue we cover the political realities progressive movements need to grasp and the strategies they can employ to win.
Taken as a whole, this issue constitutes a wide-ranging review of how structural and institutional racism still affects and defines people lives across the UK.
Since the financial crisis, politics has been marked by a series of events unforeseen by political insiders: from the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour party to the vote for Brexit to...
Channel 4 News lead story is IPPR's State of Health and Care report. Our analysis shows the scale of the damage done by the pandemic across several major health conditions and puts forward a package of six ambitious changes to ‘build back better’.
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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