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Come together: Lessons from Bedford on reaching out to Britain’s most isolated minorities debt


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Come together: Lessons from Bedford on reaching out to Britain’s most isolated minorities debt

Migrant integration is one of Britain’s most politically sensitive topics. Yet what facilitates and impedes integration, and even the definition of what ‘integration’ actually means, are difficult to pin down. This report looks at the town of Bedford, to gain an insight into what works, and what doesn’t, in creating a socially cohesive town. Having had similar levels of immigration as most towns and cities in Britain, and given its diverse population and conventional socioeconomic profile, Bedford is an instructive case study to investigate integration in Britain today. >


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

STPs: Kill or cure? debt


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STPs: Kill or cure? debt

This long-read article unveils IPPR's new interative 'STP-finder' mapping tool, and finds that the truth about STPs – sustainability and transformation plans – lies somewhere in between the opposing myths of 'saviour' and 'slayer' of the national health service. >


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

Health innovation: Breathing life into the northern powerhouse debt


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Health innovation: Breathing life into the northern powerhouse debt

The north of England's health science sector is a vital economic asset. This report investigates the strengths and specialisms of the sector across and within the North, and explores how a place-based industrial strategy can help it realise its full potential. 


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

Business skills: Professional services in the northern powerhouse economy debt


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Business skills: Professional services in the northern powerhouse economy debt

This report investigates how well the North's vital professional and business services sector is performing, the challenges it faces, and how it could be better enabled to support the wider economy. 


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

Earning and learning: Making the apprenticeship system work for 16–18-year-olds debt


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Earning and learning: Making the apprenticeship system work for 16–18-year-olds debt

Boosting social mobility in Britain requires better education-to-work transitions for young people who have low qualifications. Reviewing the evidence, this report recommends that the government introduces a new, distinct pre-apprenticeship programme for 16–18-year-olds. >


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

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