Why does it appear that the economy is failing to meet humanity’s and our planet’s needs? This was a question we pondered as we began work on Rethinking Economics’ new book Reclaiming Economics for Future Generations. It focuses on the need to diversify, decolonise and democratise economics to help address global crises that we face, such as poverty, inequality and the climate crisis.
The final deadline for new applications is January 12th 2022 and the programme will then be paused until August 2022. This break in new grant assessments is to allow us to undertake a review of our grants programme and its priorities.
We are delighted to be at COP26 today to speak at the London School of Economics Grantham Research Institute fringe event on ‘How we can deliver a Just Transition’.
We are delighted to share that they have been recognized as one of the Top 100 LGBT+ future leaders this year. Staff and Trustees at Friends Provident Foundation are proud and delighted that Jake’s activism and commitment, which stretches before their appointment at FPF, has been internationally recognised.