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  • Policy and Projects Officer

    10th April 2015

    • ResPublica

    Salary: £20-25,000 dependent on experience Deadline: Midnight, Friday 1 May Interviews: Monday 11 May ResPublica is an independent, non-partisan think tank. We are a highly influential organisation which has impacted significantly on public policy and public debate.

  • Party Conference & Events Officer

    25th March 2015

    • ResPublica

    Leading think tank ResPublica is recruiting for a well-organised, enthusiastic and confident individual to take on the challenge of helping to deliver ResPublica’s demanding events schedule as a key member of a high profile and influential organisation.

  • Research Associate – Local Planning, Good Design and Community Empowerment

    11th February 2015

    • ResPublica

    Deadline for applications: 10th April 2015 Project fees will be negotiated with the successful candidate ResPublica is looking to recruit a research associate to collaborate on an upcoming project on the re-introduction of beauty and good design into public policy, with particular regard to community and neighbourhood planning.

  • Internship – Research & Events Assistant

    10th February 2015

    • ResPublica

    Voluntary basis, with review after 3 months

    Closing date – Thursday 2 April 2015 Leading think tank ResPublica is recruiting for a well organised, enthusiastic and confident Research and Events intern. Applicants should have outstanding communication and research skills, and a wide range of policy interests.

  • Research Associates

    6th November 2014

    • ResPublica

    Multiple disciplines, freelance/contract basis

    ResPublica is seeking to recruit a pool of talented research associates to collaborate on a freelance/contract basis on projects throughout 2015. Research Associates will work within one or more of workstreams, outlined on ‘Our Work’, which are underpinned by our founding principles – Society, Prosperity, Virtue.

The Crown and Social Value

One of the more intriguing ideas to emerge from Cabinet Office under the Coalition government has been the resurrection of the concept of ‘The Crown’....

How to build better places

Urban places are popular. Think of where the world likes to go on holiday, and it is the great cities that attract millions of visitors....

Cancer – a rare area of political convergence?

So manifestos are out and for those working on charities’ general election campaigns, the anxious wait is over. Of course we know that, even in...

Women in Finance: Equality demands that maternity and family be put at the heart of business

The Prosperity programme at ResPublica is currently planning a series of events looking at culture change within financial services. Building on the success of ResPublica’s...

Brilliance and Imperfection: How medical technology has the potential to help people with asthma

Over the last few decades safe and effective new medical technologies have been widely welcomed by patients and health care professionals alike, and helped to...

Accessing the Future of Healthcare: Why the commissioning of new medicines must be a priority for the next government

The Coalition Government should be commended for its efforts to drive the life sciences agenda. After setting down an early statement of intent with the...

Addressing the Conservatives reputational deficit – the case for a Tory wealth tax

As other journalists and commentators have noted, despite the impressive achievements of the Conservatives in coalition – jobs up, incomes increased and bureaucracy streamlined...

Health North: A step in the right direction for addressing health equity in the North of England?

Our health and social care systems are at a crossroads and of the wide-ranging health challenges currently facing the UK, one of the most unsettling...

Life Sciences: The key to a 21st Century NHS

As we approach polling day, I believe the choice we are facing on the future of the NHS is becoming ever more clear. The choice...