We welcome pitches for the Fabian Review, our quarterly magazine, and for pamphlets.
For Review articles, a bullet-pointed outline totalling around 150 words should suffice. To pitch a pamphlet, please refer to the guide below.
Pitching a Fabian pamphlet
About the Author – What are your qualifications and experience in the field? Outline how you have come to know about this subject, and describe your position, qualifications, experience or other relevant information. Include any relevant publications.
Objectives – (a) What is the purpose of the pamphlet or policy report? What do you wish it to achieve? (b) What is the political and policy context in the field under discussion? What is currently happening or being debated, and how does the pamphlet/discussion paper address this?
Audience – Who is it aimed at and who would read it? Which people and systems are you trying to influence? What would your desired impact be?
Timetable – When would a first draft be available? Is there any particular timetable that would maximise its public impact?
Principal Arguments – What are the key arguments you wish to make, and/or the main research findings you wish to present? What are the main policy-relevant conclusions and recommendations? What would make the publication original and noteworthy?
Synopsis – Set out the proposed structure of the publication and summarise the main content in bullet points. Indicate the approximate length in words of each chapter, and the overall word length.
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This pamphlet is a compilation of some of the most important ideas developed and championed by the Fabian Society in recent years. It is a ‘mixtape’ of the best proposals, from early years to pensions and from the future of work to public service ref...Read more
The report of the Fabian Society's Commission on Regional Poverty and Inequality concludes that the UK has two major regional economy challenges – ‘low growth’ outside the south east, where places lack good jobs; and ‘overheating’ in the capital, whe...Read more
In this pamphlet, Will Somerville and Sarah Mulley set out robust proposals to reform our migration system. They argue that it must be based on sound principles: it must be fair, it must be grounded in democratic consent, and it must respect people’s...Read more
Plans for a National Care Service for England were first presented 13 years ago in the dying days of the last Labour government. Since then no detailed work has taken place to flesh out what the service might look like or how it should be implemented...Read more
In this publication, David Lammy MP identifies the major geopolitical trends that will shape the UK's place in the world, and sets out the next Labour government’s approach to foreign policyRead more
Kim Leadbeater MP sets out a new, comprehensive strategy for improving the UK's health and wellbeing.Read more
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In this pamphlet, Liam Byrne MP calls for Labour to make freedom its defining cause once againRead more
This briefing develops a new constituency grouping based on town and coastal geography: the 'Sea Wall'.Read more
This report sets out the lessons which can be learned from Germany on rebalancing regional growthRead more
Our new pamphlet makes the case for the fight against inequality to be a core mission for Labour.Read more
An essay collection exploring the progressive values which can connect with voters in the UK and the EU.Read more
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In our latest collection, we bring together business leaders, policy experts, politicians, trade unionists and practitioners to develop a new vision for adult skills policy ahead of the next general electionRead more