‘Asset Ownership’ to 'Zeitgeist’: an A-Z directory of ResPublica's ideas and guiding principles
marked the two year anniversary of ResPublica.
Since our launch in November 2009 by David Cameron, ResPublica
has achieved demonstrable success and impact on the policy landscape in a
number of ways. Our reports have received widespread acclaim
from policy-makers and practitioners, the media, and politicians from both
sides of the political spectrum. ResPublica events, from private
roundtables to party conference fringes, are highly regarded discussion
platforms, covering a range of different topics. Both our personal
membership packages and the ResPublica Business Network continue to be
important forums for thought leadership and knowledge exchange.
ResPublica has also seen a number of structural changes
which will serve to support the organisation’s founding principles, and ensure
the quality of our work is maintained.
The ResPublica Trust was established in July 2011 as a not-for-profit
vehicle which oversees all of ResPublica’s domestic work. Governed by a Board of Trustees, the Trust
has set out three core workstream which encompass ResPublica’s founding objectives to
provide insight into new ways to re-moralise the market, re-localise the
economy and re-capitalise the poor.
These core workstreams will frame all of ResPublica’s activities
In celebration of our journey over the last two years,
ResPublica today publishes an ‘A to Z’, which outlines the organisation’s successes
and guiding principles, as well as forthcoming priorities and areas of interest
in the coming months.
From ‘Asset Ownership’ to ‘High Streets’, ‘Open Public
Services’ to ‘Jobs and Growth’, the publication covers a range of key policy topics,
intellectual premises and insights into new ways of thinking in government,
business and wider civil society.