It’s time to revitalise our NHS. A report from IPPR and Future Health Research on rebuilding health services better than they were before the pandemic.
IPPR is launching the Commission on Health and Prosperity. This commission will explore our fundamental hypothesis: that a fairer country is a healthier one, and that a healthier country is a more prosperous one.
The rally around liberal democracy’s flag belies a tumultuous early- and mid-21st century for democratic nations.
For the UK social security system to provide an effective social safety net, it must work for everyone.
In this paper, we explore the largest costs facing families below a living income and recommend a universal basic services approach to improve financial security for people across Scotland.
We propose policies designed to better live with Covid-19, to help build back better and to help prepare for the future.
The result of working with communities in Liverpool and Anglesey, this report provides a vision for what net zero places could like drawn from their hopes for the future.
As the pandemic reshapes labour markets and redefines attitudes to work, this report makes the case for why health should be put at the heart of work.
This short briefing sets out the implications of the level playing field provisions in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement for any future UK reforms relating to workers’ rights.
Subject to change: Listening to and empowering young people and the public to set a new direction for education and learning
At the start of 2020, Big Change and IPPR set out together to understand and shape the public conversation about where education should go next. We led an ambitious national listening exercise to...