12 Jan 2022
Fran Landreth Strong
With our research finding that around half of young people are financially precarious, Fran Landreth Strong examines concerning trends in young people’s economic security.
15 Dec 2021
The growing influence of green politics in Europe, by Jamie Kendrick and Beatrice White
26 Nov 2021
Bristol Education Partnership is planning an event where students will meet professionals to hear about the jobs and skills that will be needed in a zero-carbon economy.
17 Nov 2021
A recent workshop with RSA Fellows provided invaluable insight into the key concerns and opportunities facing cultural education workers and employers.
12 Nov 2021
This paper examines where in the UK ‘decarbonisation dynamics’ could be most acutely felt and highlights areas at risk of being left behind.
22 Oct 2021
In this briefing we identify six recommendations for national government and local systems to support people living with multiple long-term conditions.
Hannah Webster reflects on new research that highlights the difficulty for those with long-term health conditions to achieve economic security.
24 Sep 2021
During the pandemic, many key workers have experienced impacts on their economic security, mental and physical health, working and home lives. These are just some of their stories.
Tackling economic security is the right political agenda. It’s good for key workers, it’s good for employers, and it’s good for the economy.
This report puts forward a comprehensive agenda to tackle economic insecurity in key workers and ensure they are properly supported to enjoy secure, healthy, fulfilling lives.
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