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The Progressive Policy Think Tank

IPPR's journal of politics and ideas, showcasing the best in British and international thinking for achieving lasting progressive change

Editorial - The Road to Ruin: Making Sense of the Anthropocene

Ours is the age of global environmental collapse. Resources are being consumed at around 1.5 times the Earth’s ability to regenerate them. We are living through the sixth mass extinction and nearly...

18/12/2017
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24:3 issue contents - The Road to Ruin: Making Sense of the Anthropocene

We live in an age of global environmental change in which human impacts on the natural world have passed safe limits. Geologists have dubbed this new era the ‘Anthropocene’ in recognition of the fact...

14/12/2017
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The German election and the UK’s new irrelevance

The German federal election attracted much international attention after the Alternative for Germany (AfD) entered parliament for the first time. The party is the first radical right party to sit in...

07/11/2017
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IPPR Progressive Review: 'What Is Economic Justice?'

Earlier this year IPPR launched its Commission on Economic Justice to set out how policy makers can re-write the rules of the UK's post Brexit economy.  This piece of work begs the question 'w...

18/10/2017 16:00 - 17:30
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After Brighton by Theo Bertram

This year’s conference was the first that truly belonged to Jeremy Corbyn. The transformation of Labour under his leadership has perhaps been faster and more fundamental than under any leader since...

17/10/2017
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Labour Hegemonic? by Alex Williams

As the 2017 party conference season draws to a close, increasing rhetorical heat is developing around the idea that the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn has begun to decisively set the political...

17/10/2017
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The World Transformed through Care by Helen Hester

Social reproduction ran like a red thread through The World Transformed this year, grounding many discussions in day-to-day practices of care – caring for spaces and environments, caring for oneself,...

10/10/2017
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