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IPPR has experts across the spectrum of public policy who write engaging and interesting primers and pen in-depth analysis on the challenges and opportunities of the day. You can explore their expert commentary, analysis and long read essays here.

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Care after Coronavirus: Avoiding a fatal breach of trust

Introduction:   In Boris Johnson’s  first speech  as Prime Minister he made a promise to the nation that he would “fix the crisis in social care once and for all with a clear plan we have...

24/11/2020
Blog post Long read Public services Coronavirus response Better Health and Care IPPR

Immigration policy statement

Eight leading employers' associations joint statement in support of IPPR immigration reform policy proposals to increase flexibility and reward employers who invest in local skills

03/11/2020
Blog post Jobs & skills Society & migration IPPR

The UK agricultural sector: less but better

From #BuildBackBetter to Net Zero to Black Lives Matter – 2020 has been characterised by calls for a better and more sustainable future. Transition narratives have dominated much of the public...

22/10/2020
Blog post Long read Environment Environmental Justice Commission IPPR

Ethnic inequalities in Covid-19 are playing out again – how can we stop them?

Once again Covid-19 is running along racial lines. Despite the inequalities exposed earlier this year, there has been little effort to stop Covid-19 hitting minority ethnic communities hardest as we enter the second wave.

19/10/2020
Blog post Long read Public services Coronavirus response Better Health and Care IPPR

Lessons learned from a heavily industrialised region in Canada

This case study looks at the ups and downs of the transition in progress in Alberta - famous as Canada’s energy province: endowed with a combination of natural gas, conventional oil, coal, minerals and the famous oil sands.

15/10/2020
Blog post Expert comment Environment Environmental Justice Commission IPPR

A climate for deliberation?

The coming months are a critical period for national policy making, but they could also be a major opportunity to find solutions that match up to the reality of people’s lives across the UK.

28/09/2020
Blog post Expert comment Environment Environmental Justice Commission IPPR