Anthony Painter argues that UK's anti-poverty movement would be foolish to dismiss Universal Basic Income before it has been tried.
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An emblem of the discrimination that women still face is a lack of visibility: we simply don’t see women as much as we should. The effects of this are far-reaching, but we can all do something to rectify it.
Anthony Painter discusses how the plight of the Windrush generation is indicative of a too frequent occurrence of unnecessary harm in public policy.
Darren Abrahams shares his journey to co-founding Crisis Classroom - a refugee education social enterprise - and invites you to join along for the ride as the team hit the road, sending trained educators around Europe this ...
The Citizens’ Economic Council programme publishes its final report: ‘Building a Public Culture of Economics'. Find out why we think this is important.
We often get asked why we at the Sisters of Frida campaign for the rights of disabled women. Here are a few reasons why, gathered through our research and covering the topics of employment and pay.
Economic inequality and environmental damage are intrinsically linked and in order to tackle them, we need to address them together.
Andy Shipley FRSA questions why the government is rejecting the welfare of its disabled citizens and failing to facilitate their contribution to society.
Join Fellows in Cambridge this autumn to help imagine a fairer and more equal Britain.
21st September 2017
Back in 1758 the Society set up a "Magdalen Hospital for Penitent Prostitutes". The original advert they posted is quite a read!