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Trust issues: Dealing with distrust in politics

Publication Report Power & politics IPPR
Topic: Power & politics

Launching the third wave: Memo from Davos, February 2012

> Will Straw summarises the discussion and debate that unfolded at the high-level breakfast event held at the World Economic Forum in Davos to launch The third wave of globalisation,...

03/02/2012
Publication Report Power & politics

The third wave of globalisation

This report, the culmination of an international programme of research into the drivers and consequences of globalisation, calls for a rethink in international governance and a more 'personcentric'...

26/01/2012
Publication Report Power & politics

Shiva's India: Memo from Mumbai and Delhi, November 2011

'India used to be a country high in patience and low on expectation. It is now a country low on patience and high on expectation.' An IPPR delegation including Lord Peter Mandelson and IPPR...

01/12/2011
Publication Aid & development Business Report Power & politics

Euroscepticism in the UK

From the vociferousness of the debate in the UK press in recent weeks, one could be excused for thinking that Europe was dominating discussions around the country, as indeed it has done at various...

31/10/2011
Publication Power & politics

Still partying like it's 1995

If the centre-left wants to transform politics it needs to capture the spirit of the times and harness the new sources of energy in society. These have changed significantly since the mid-1990s and...

22/09/2011
Publication Power & politics

Home care in London

Over the next two decades, the number of people aged over 80 is set to double in Britain. Public services must adapt to the challenge that this poses, central to which is the need to deliver social...

01/07/2011
Publication Power & politics Older people Report

The Right Alternative? Assessing the case for the Alternative Vote

AV is a superior voting system to FPTP principally because it goes with the grain of contemporary political life in Britain: it is better at reflecting the diversity and pluralism of the modern...

18/04/2011
Publication Power & politics Budget Party conferences

Worst of Both Worlds: Why First Past the Post no longer works

In a time of greater political pluralism, British politics is no longer well served by a voting system that was designed for a two-party era. Nor are the interests of British democracy. Since the...

04/01/2011
Publication Power & politics Report