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Food security, accessibility, and sustainability should be categorised as a public good says new report by the Lifelong Education Institute
The Lifelong Education Institute’s latest report ‘Hungry to Learn: Lifelong Learning Pathways for the Agri-food Sector’ raises concerns over the neglected potential of the agri-food sector in the UK, and especially around the gap between its skills requirements and the available skills provision by agri-food education institutions.
A new report, Behaving to Learn, by the think tank ResPublica challenges the Government to be bold and drive a revolution in behaviour management across state schools to improve the outcomes for children and the lives of teachers.
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New collection of essays by Conservative MPs offers fresh ideas for tackling poverty across the UK
A new book published by the think-tank ResPublica and supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has collected and recommended a range of new policies advocated by Conservative MPs from across the parliamentary party, aimed at improving life for Britain’s least well-off.
Ahead of the much-anticipated publication of the Government White Paper on the creation of a new independent regulator for English football (IREF), think-tank ResPublica warns that it must not be an ‘owners’ and directors’ charter’ and must ensure that the game’s fans are treated as highly-valued stakeholders and given a greater voice at both club and national level.
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