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Britishness, Heritage and the Arts

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Britishness, Heritage and the Arts

ippr was delighted to host a breakfast event to discuss the role of the arts and heritage sector in promoting shared values and a common identity. The event featured a keynote speech by Rt. Hon Margaret Hodge MP, Minister of State for Culture


By IPPR, UK.


Miscellaneous Policy Resource.


The right mix

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The right mix

If childcare was Blair’s ‘new frontier’ of the welfare state, could social care be Brown’s vision of a new welfare state? The introduction of individual budgets for social care announced on Monday is an attempt to both renew the vision and reaffirm commitment to reform in public services.


By IPPR, UK.


Miscellaneous Policy Resource.


Lisa Harker & Carey Oppenheim – It takes two

Lisa Harker & Carey Oppenheim – It takes two

We do like to have some fun,’ grins Lisa Harker, one half of the two-woman team that has recently taken the helm at the Institute for Public Policy Research, aka ‘Number 10’s favourite think-tank’. ‘You can’t afford to take yourselves too seriously.’


By IPPR, UK.


Miscellaneous Policy Resource.


Public Policy Research

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Public Policy Research

Public Policy Research (PPR) is the quarterly journal of the Institute for Public Policy Research. It features policy-relevant and politically savvy essays about the major issues in the news and those rising up the political agenda, and includes original research and analysis. It publishes the finest international writers and thinkers, including academics, practitioners, and politicians, to provide a platform for topical, intellectual and evidence-based debate


By IPPR, UK.


Miscellaneous Policy Resource.


Britain's Energy Future: Securing the 'Home Front'.

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Britain's Energy Future: Securing the 'Home Front'. " The UK clearly needs to change the way it thinks about its energy future. This pamphlet firstly sets the global scene by highlighting new global risks involved in continuing a 'business as usual' approach. It then looks more closely at how we on the 'home front' must respond to new security risks associated with energy policy. Foreign Policy Centre

 

By Foreign Policy Centre, UK .

Miscellaneous Policy Resource.


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