workstream addresses the nature of civic association, community assets
and cultural hubs, from a constitutional scale to our smallest
institutions. This includes the importance of the family and other
social intermediaries in cultivating values and citizenship, the social
action and ethically instructive role of faith bodies and civic groups,
and the role of the media in channelling civic participation at a local
and national level.
A new ResPublica research project
ResPublica project exploring the nature of marriage in contemporary society
A joint venture from ResPublica and the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services
A Constitution Society Paper in Conjunction with ResPublica
New ResPublica Report. 'Holistic Mission: Social action and the Church of England'
A new ResPublica Green Paper by Roger Scruton and Phillip Blond
Articles and essays from our Party Conference Partners 2012
A new ResPublica report
New collection of essays from ResPublica's British Civic Life workstream
Holding social life as a marker of success, Jitka Markova proposes a localised, relation-based approach to integration
Jolena Flett from Belfast Migrant Centre offers the Northern Ireland perspective on immigration and integrating new migrants.
ResPublica's Adam Wildman, Research Manager explains the benefit of pre-regulation.
House of Lords schedules debate on ResPublica's report 'Holistic Mission' for 21st November 2013
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