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The Progressive Policy Think Tank


The state of end of life care: Building back better after Covid-19

Covid-19 has caused serious disruption to end of life care provision in England. Excess deaths have spiked due to the pandemic, putting more strain on providers. The hospice sector has seen their fundraising disrupted, putting beds and continuity of care at risk.

Publication Report Public services Older people Coronavirus response IPPR

Recover, reward, renew: A post-pandemic plan for the healthcare workforce

One year since the Covid-19 pandemic took hold, the political narrative has become one of recovery, for the health system as much as for the economy. But what does 'build back better' really mean for an exhausted and over-stretched healthcare workforce?

Publication Briefing Public services Coronavirus response Better Health and Care IPPR

Strategies for promoting integration at the city region level

The Covid-19 pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for the integration of migrant communities. As the crisis subsides, England’s city region mayors – who represent more than half of the UK’s...

Publication Briefing Society & migration Metro mayors IPPR

South Wales Valleys Climate and Fairness Panel

The jurors from the South Wales Climate and Fairness Panel set out a bold and positive vision for the South Wales Valleys and recommendations on topics ranging from anchor towns, to low-carbon travel, to community involvement in decision-making.

Publication Report Environment Environmental Justice Commission IPPR

Why devolution matters: The case of Cornwall

Cornwall was one of the first areas to secure a devolution deal in 2015 and it remains the only non-metropolitan area with devolved powers in England. But six years on, with significant progress...

Publication Briefing Devolution & local leadership IPPR North

State of health and care: The NHS Long Term Plan after Covid-19

The NHS Long Term Plan has been severely disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Our new analysis shows the scale of the damage across several major health conditions.

Publication Report Public services Coronavirus response Better Health and Care IPPR