Without decent pay, secure work, or reliable hours, and without opportunities to progress in work, financial security will be difficult if not impossible to achieve for many.
In this report, we argue that demands for higher pay settlements for public sector workers are justified, and would help address problems facing the public sector.
As a key emitter of greenhouse gases and a driver of biodiversity loss, current agricultural practices in England can and must change.
New analysis on the impact of healthcare disruption, and how healthcare needs to change as the NHS turns 75
Restoring our bus network and ‘levelling up’ public transport would be transformative for people’s lives, communities, and local economies.
In this report, we assess the effectiveness of different rhetorical approaches to framing democratic reform.
IPPR recruited a workforce assembly – across the NHS, social care, and unpaid care – to define a new vision for health and care work.
How the planning system needs to change to deliver net zero and restore nature in England while improving the places we live and work.
In a country as rich as Scotland, the moral imperative to eradicate poverty is clear. It causes a damaging impact on individuals, but it also brings a loss of human potential and increased demand...
This report examines the crucial role of apprenticeship intermediaries to provide high-quality support for businesses.