Resources

April 30th, 2020 Reports - Systems change

The Colour of Money: race and economic inequality

This report focuses on how economic and wider social inequalities affect BME people in Britain.

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July 1st, 2019 Reports - Systems change

Women at work: Designing a company fit for the future

by Deborah Hargreaves, FPF Journalist Fellow 2018

This report by Friends Provident Foundation journalist fellow Deborah Hargreaves sets out to examine what would happen if women could re-imagine the way they work and how the busin...

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February 14th, 2019 Reports - Local economic resilience

A review of current thinking about the nature of work and economic resilience

by Professor Anne Green

Projects funded by the Friends Provident Foundation contribute variously to proposing new solutions (innovation), gathering evidence to support and inform practice...

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January 21st, 2019 Reports -

Economic inequality and racial inequalities in the UK

by Omar Khan, Runnymede Trust

Inequality has risen up the public and policy agenda. While there is some dispute about how far inequality has risen or fallen in the past decade in Britain, there is increasing re...

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Creating a Social Care Trust Fund

This Select Committee Report outlines that a citizens’ wealth fund could provide long-term sustainable funding for adult social care, ensuring that everyone is treated fairly and...

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May 21st, 2018 Reports - Fair Pay

Fair Pay for Fair Work: A Look at Executive Compensation

by St Paul's Institute

This report by St Paul’s Institute makes recommendations to build on the recently improved disclosures on pay ratios. It calls for action regarding the lowest paid, and integrati...

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May 10th, 2018 Reports - Systems change

Remodelling Capitalism: how social wealth funds could transform Britain

by Stewart Lansley, Duncan McCann & Steve Schifferes

A pioneering new citizens’ wealth fund in the UK could provide a universal annual cash dividend and eventually a weekly basic income.

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