Election 2015: What’s at stake?
The General Election in May 2015 looks set to be one of the most unpredictable elections in decades. Here you can find everything you need to stay informed about all the latest policy debates and discussions.
A Fair Economy
Those who caused the economic crisis continue to profit unhindered while the most vulnerable are bearing the brunt of the Government's austerity drive. This project will look at how the economy can be rebalanced to promote fairness.
A Social State for 2015
What can Beveridge’s analysis of society teach us about the Giant Evils of today and how can we use this to chart an alternative course for a welfare state - or Social State - fit for 2015?
An Active Government
Government plays a pivotal role in creating sustainable economic growth. This project will look at how state intervention in the financial and industrial sectors can assist growth and promote a strong economy.
Class Conference 2016 | Britain at a Crossroads: finding the progressive path
These are crucial times for the left. With Britain unsure of the future after Brexit, more people in insecure and low-paid work and xenophobia on the rise, there hasn't been a more important moment for the left to have a clear vision of the future.
Growth not Austerity
The austerity agenda has not only failed to solve the economic crisis but has exacerbated decline. This project will outline new policies that put job creation and growth centre stage.
In the public interest: the role of the modern state
Five years after the financial crisis, and with an ecological crisis looming, this series was commissioned to creatively explore how a modern state can play a major role in securing social and ecological justice in the UK.
Thomas Piketty - Capital in the Twenty-First Century
Thomas Piketty's ground-breaking new book Capital in the Twenty-First Century, presents pioneering research that has sparked a huge amount of international debate on global wealth inequality and modern capitalism