This report outlines policy to make health improvement and the reduction of place-based health inequality a joint enterprise between local and national government
IPPR North is the dedicated think tank for the north of England, with bases in Manchester and Newcastle.
Early intervention to support young people and their families can reduce rates of homelessness. However, the relevant services need sufficient funding, specialist expertise, and effective partnerships.
Transitional supported housing (TSH) is a crucial service to many of society’s most vulnerable people, supporting and housing 189,500 people. The sector stands at a crossroads. The Covid-19 crisis brings threat and opportunity for the hundreds of thousands of people who will rely on the TSH sector both now and in the future.
In this report, we consider how English regions, such as the North East, can use devolution to address child poverty and improve the lives and life chances of children.
The events of the last 24 hours have stripped away the veneer of our political establishment and revealed the fractious relationship between central and local government. What has happened...
“Have the germs come back?” my daughter asked me the other evening as I tucked her in. Aged 4 and 14 months, my daughters have been remarkably resilient to the impacts of Covid-19. The voices of...
The pandemic has temporarily reset our relationship with nature. Under lockdown, our air is cleaner, and we’ve been able to hear birdsong instead of traffic. At the same time, we’ve been...