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Born Unequal: Why we need a progressive pre-birth agenda

InBritain, by the time a baby is born, its chances of living a healthy, fulfilling life are already decided. Building on Narrowing the Gap, Louise Bamfield examines the reasons for inequalities at birth and explores the ways in which government...

Narrowing the Gap

Narrowing the Gap, the final report of the Fabian Commission on life chances and child poverty, sets out a strategy for tackling inequality in Britain today. The report sets out the facts about unequal Britain- where one in five children...

2025 - What next for the Make Poverty History generation?

Twenty years on from Live Aid and one year on from Gleneagles and Live 8, this collection of essays looks ahead to the global justice and sustainability challenges of the next 20 years, and the campaigns we will need to...

The Real Deal

A radical rethink of UK drugs policy is outlined by senior backbencher John Mann MP in 'The Real Deal'. Using evidence from work done in his Bassetlaw constitency, he argues for a new approach to drugs classification, and for compulsory...

Raising Lazarus: the future of organised Labour

Coats argues that the unions have a vital role to play in the labour market, but must reform to reverse their declining fortunes. While support remains high for collective action, unions must alter their rhetoric and widen their appeal to respond...

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