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.
What lessons can be learned from the 2008 financial crash and austerity to help the charity sector in the north of England to navigate the impact of Covid-19?
The first in a series of reports on how we can deliver justice in Scotland and rebuild following the Covid-19 crisis.
Over the past decade, the government has rolled out a series of measures aimed at creating a ‘hostile environment’ for people living in the UK without immigration status. In this report, we assess the impacts of the hostile environment on individuals and communities.
Why a 'whole society' approach is needed for the government to address growing levels of health risk faced by children in the UK.
We are entering a period of high unemployment with stifled job creation. The government's response to the unemployment crisis so far relies on a quicker bounce back in economic activity than either the Office for Budget Responsibility or the Bank of England are predicting.
Injuries are the leading cause of preventable death in children and young people. As such, they present a significant cost to individuals, society, and the economy. Although the UK has been a world leader in injury prevention policy, austerity and a lack of strategy have hampered further improvement.
These days, virtually every action we take produces some form of digital trail. This report sets out what public policy for the data economy should look like, as part of building a fairer, more sustainable economy for the future.
This paper sets out both how working time is organised, and the number of hours we work has changed during the pandemic. We examine the risks and opportunities presented by the coronavirus outbreak for a progressive vision of working time in the UK.
This report argues that the UK government should take the opportunity to create a system where resilience is considered efficient, where long-term thinking is encouraged, and where resources are allocated to deliver on it.