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Articles & Blogs
21st March 2017
Anthony Davidson FRSA share his project BigBarn, enabling consumers to get products directly from farmers
Why don’t we approach street design with the same degree of scrutiny and creativity that we apply to other aspects of public life?
As the Brexit clock ticks, we need to start planning for Brexit’s impact at the local level – in neighbourhoods and in workplaces.
Local leaders across the world are changing our understanding of how to develop and implement effective public policy.
Katharine Swindells opens her series of blogs exploring how the new political landscape post-Brexit affects people under-25 and what Inclusive Growth might mean for the first generation in a century to be poorer than their ...
7th October 2016
Dr David Etherington and Professor Martin Jones explore how changes to the welfare system could promote inclusive growth
Our ‘deep dive’ research suggests that inclusive growth can reinvigorate places, but it will require a big effort from both local and national government. Inclusive growth can’t be done on the cheap.
The UK has been good at globalising in the past. The challenge is now to make globalisation work for all, argues Charlotte Alldritt.
Anthony Painter argues that recent political troubles in the UK, the US and Europe begin with a lack of empathy that leaves too many communities excluded.