In Autumn 2020, we’ll be holding a virtual events series in place of the annual Oxford Media Convention.
A group of residents coming together to decide how the South Wales Valleys can respond to the climate and nature emergencies in a way that is fair for everyone.
A group of residents coming together to decide how Tees Valley and County Durham can respond to the climate and nature emergencies in a way that is fair for everyone.
In this exciting event, we'll consider big ideas for policies which would radically reduce our emissions whilst also addressing wider issues of economic and social injustice.
This year IPPR will be holding a programme of virtual fringe events throughout the party conference season.
Business leaders and skills professionals are invited to a free online event to discuss the role of skills in London's recovery from Covid-19.
IPPR is delighted to support the first CogXtra online event on recovery and resilience.
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is delighted to invite you to an online event on the future of the welfare state. The question of who should bear risk in society - people or...
Join IPPR and Migration Yorkshire in exploring the findings from our Communities up Close project. This ambitious two year qualitative research project has taken researchers to ten neighbourhoods...
Upgrading and greening our homes is an opportunity to create new jobs, level up the UK and secure more good quality and affordable housing. IPPR has developed a plan for the housing sector to deliver faster action to address climate change; ensure further action to transform our economic and deliver a fairer approach that will lower bills and make sure communities benefit from the change to come. At this event, we will discuss IPPR’s recent research into decarbonising the social rented sector, as well as wider policy action to address carbon objectives, funding models and consumer perspectives.