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Party Conferences 2019

IPPR will be delivering a programme of events at four party conferences (Conservative, Labour, SNP, Liberal Democrat) across a range of research areas from Brexit, the economy, housing, and skills, …

15/09/2019 - 09/10/2019
Event

Just Transition Strategy for the North of England

Decarbonisation holds huge potential for the north of England. The energy sector is one of the North’s ‘prime capabilities’. The region has a leading low-carbon goods and services, world-renowned …

09/04/2019 10:30 - 12:30
Event Environment Jobs & skills

IPPR Trustee

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is the UK’s pre-eminent progressive think tank. We’re looking to recruit inspirational individuals to join our Board of Trustees. The recruitment of …

08/04/2019
Job

25:4 issue contents - The Long Revolution

Our political institutions and norms have been thrown into the air by Brexit and the discontent it has forced Westminster to confront. We cannot and should not go back. But as the pieces fall back …

22/03/2019
Progressive review

Watch: Mark Thompson in conversation

New York Times CEO Mark Thompson in conversation at Oxford Media Convention 2019 New York Times President and CEO Mark Thompson speaks to IPPR Director Tom Kibasi at the Oxford Media Convention. …

21/03/2019
Video IPPR

Amreen Qureshi

Events and Office Administrator, IPPR North Qureshi Amreen Amreen is an Events and Office Administrator based in IPPR North. Prior to joining IPPR in March 2019, Amreen completed an MA in Humanitari…

19/03/2019
Person Staff IPPR North

Quick wins for the North's transport network

The North’s transport network is currently in crisis, but there are major opportunities ahead. The chaos faced by passengers in the summer of 2018 revealed long-term structural weaknesses in the …

18/03/2019
Publication Report Housing & infrastructure IPPR North

Oxford Media Convention 2019

The current crisis of media represents a once in a generation opportunity to transform UK communications in the public interest. Now is the time to develop a programme of radical and fundamental …

18/03/2019 09:00 - 18:00
Event IPPR