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In partnership with the Woodland Trust, National Trust, Campaign to Protect Rural England, Civic Voice and Hastoe Housing Association, we are taking forward a unique programme of activity on beauty and its contribution to social prosperity.
In the run-up to the Inspire EO Conference, which will be held on 5 February at the National Motorcycle Museum near Birmingham, the Disraeli Room is publishing a series of blog posts on the state and future of employee ownership in the UK.
ResPublica has teamed up with the Intergenerational Foundation to bring you 7 days of blogs examining the failure of public policy to serve young people’s interests.
Professor Gathergood was invited to give evidence following the launch of the report in Parliament on 3rd November. The Committee will hear from a small panel of experts including Joanna Elson OBE, Chief Executive, Money Advice Trust, and Richard Lloyd, Executive Director, Which?,
ResPublica is pleased to announce its 2014 party conference fringe programme. We will be running 33 fringe events across the three main party conferences this year, challenging Britain’s thought leaders on key topics of our time.
ResPublica has partnered with the Core Cities group to explore and present a fresh vision for the future shape of England’s public services, and its inextricable link to local economic growth.
ResPublica recently submitted evidence to Sir Richard Lambert’s Banking Standards Review. Set-up in response to the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards, the review will create a new independent organisation to help raise the standards of competence and behaviour in the banking sector.
The Government has today published the UK’s first ever Community Energy Strategy. ResPublica welcomes the move, which has the potential to dramatically scale up community energy across the UK.
ResPublica is pleased to announce that Co-operative Energy will be lead partners on ResPublica’s forthcoming research project, ‘Unlocking Finance and Investment for Community Energy’, due to commence in January 2014.
In the run up to the 2015 General Election, ResPublica will be developing its own ‘Manifesto’, which will set out a series of powerful policy innovations necessary to create the Britain we all need.
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