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IPPR sits at the heart of the progressive movement in the UK. We work in partnership with a wide range of individuals and organisations in our endeavour to achieve a fairer, greener, and more prosperous society.

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Support our work

As an independent registered charity, all donations help us to produce cutting edge policy research and fight for tangible progressive change across the UK.

We greatly appreciate personal contributions from individuals to support our core work of driving social, democratic, environmental and economic progress. To donate to IPPR click the link below.

We also depend on the support of larger funders and sponsors for our specific projects. If you are interested in supporting our research or events, or would like to hear more about our work, please contact Olivia Vaughan on

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Become an affiliate

Individuals who wish to set-up a regular donation are invited to become an affiliate of IPPR. As an affiliate, you will receive:

  • invitations to our public events throughout the year
  • regular e-newsletters, outlining our recent work and key highlights
  • a welcome gift delivered to your door (for those who choose a monthly donation of £5 or more)
  • soft copies of our major reports.

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Join our partnership

IPPR's partnership programme is for organisations wishing to be at the forefront of policy formation and thought leadership. The programme brings together a network of businesses, policy makers and civil society to support our work and contribute to the progressive agenda.

Our partners gain a greater understanding of the challenges and opportunities in key areas of public policy and have the chance to debate and discuss the bigger picture with some of the most important figures and brightest minds at our regular briefings, events and receptions.

For more information, please contact Olivia Vaughan on

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