In this report, we propose a roadmap towards shorter working time in Scotland.
Covid-19 proved that UK healthcare is not currently sustainable. In the context of growing global health vulnerability, and in the face of the health consequences of an ageing population, it is vital...
This briefing outlines the value of community care, how a shift to the community can be personalised and empowering, and the role of community care in levelling-up.
Fair work can provide people with a decent standard of living, a sense of purpose and a means of contributing to society. But for too many people in Scotland, work fails to deliver decent living standards or the security on which to build a good life.
Three in every five people in the north of England, that’s 9.7 million people, are now covered by a mayoral combined authority. In the North, six powerful metro mayors now govern areas with a...
This briefing provides an overview of the NRPF policy and how it impacts the everyday lives of people who are subject to immigration control. It also analyses the impact of the nationality and borders bill and proposes NRPF reforms.
This final report of the Environmental Justice Commission sets out a vision for the future of the UK.
In this briefing paper, we will explore the implications of the end of the EU settlement scheme and outline which cohorts are at most risk as the deadline passes.
Within this report we outline a vision for a transport system that is fair to all, works to improve people’s health and wellbeing and provides a better environment for nature.
The jurors from the Aberdeenshire Climate and Fairness Panel set out a bold and positive vision for Aberdeenshire and recommendations on how to address the climate crisis and restore nature in a way that is fair for everyone.