Think tank that first proposed a work-sharing scheme in August welcomes move to protect viable jobs, but warns of flaws in government scheme The progressive think tank IPPR responds to the...
Ethnic minorities most at risk from debt as economic crisis creates Covid-19 ‘double whammy’, finds IPPR
One in eight employed before pandemic are now out of work, more than twice the UK average, according to new analysis by think tank People from black, Asian and other minority ethnic communiti...
Power to Change Capitalism for Good: House of Commons Select Committee debates the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice final report
Injuries are the leading cause of preventable death in children and young people. As such, they present a significant cost to individuals, society, and the economy. Although the UK has been a world leader in injury prevention policy, austerity and a lack of strategy have hampered further improvement.
These days, virtually every action we take produces some form of digital trail. This report sets out what public policy for the data economy should look like, as part of building a fairer, more sustainable economy for the future.
The pandemic has led to major changes in how we work and live. Most striking is the accelerating growth of the data economy and its dominant digital giants. We must bring our data under local, democratic control.
Revealed: value of six big-tech firms has soared $1.9 trillion since Covid, as IPPR urges rethink on who owns our digital data
A complete rethink of how digital data is collected, owned and used is needed urgently to prevent a handful of big tech companies dominating people’s lives for decades to come, according to a new report from IPPR.
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.
Manufacturing industries are among those gaining from changed working patterns, and should seize 'pivotal moment’ to do more Dramatic changes to millions of people’s working hours and...
This paper sets out both how working time is organised, and the number of hours we work has changed during the pandemic. We examine the risks and opportunities presented by the coronavirus outbreak for a progressive vision of working time in the UK.