The RSA and OneManchester worked together to run a series of local workshops and a national survey to explore the housing challenges Manchester’s young people face.
23rd March 2020
An article by: Asheem Singh
Without a significant increase in voluntary sector action in the UK, we cannot expect to beat coronavirus. This means giving charities an unprecedented fiscal stimulus.
The system is too rigid to respond rapidly. We must make sure that the sacrifices staff are making now aren’t in vain.
Deep structural weaknesses have left more vulnerable people and places exposed for some time; now these weaknesses are visible to all.
Laura Dewar of Gingerbread charity sets out how coronavirus is affecting single parent families and how the government must provide urgent support.
Less business travel, extended employment rights, move towards Universal Basic Income, accelerate energy shift, strengthen state, and new ways of thinking about change.
What’s causing the rise in school exclusions and how to fix it.
We focus on economic insecurity and it's financial and psychological consequences on individuals and society. This issue includes interview with Nobel Prize winning economist Esther Duflo.
The Arts and Social Change Evaluation closes this strand of the 3 year Citizen Power Peterborough programme of work across the city.
Produced with Carnegie UK Trust, this essay collection explores in depth the relationship between productivity and work quality.
This short paper with NHSX looks at the ways in which radical technologies, such as AI and ADS, are influencing commissioning and clinical practice in the health system.
With Julia Ebner, author of Going Dark: The Secret Lives of Extremists, and Archon Fung, Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School.
With two former prisoners: Chris Atkins, author and filmmaker, and Jason Warr, lecturer in criminology.
With Silicon Valley investor and author of 'Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe', Roger McNamee.