Topic: Policy issues

Three Paradoxes Revealed by The Pandemic

Three Paradoxes Revealed by The Pandemic

In reviewing the social and political aspects of the pandemic, there appear to be three major paradoxes, writes Geoff Mulgan ...
Submission of Evidence to the UK Covid Inquiry ‘Public Consultation on Initial Terms of Reference’

Submission of Evidence to the UK Covid Inquiry ‘Public Consultation on Initial Terms of Reference’

IPPO welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the public consultation on the UK Covid Inquiry’s draft terms of reference (ToR) ...

RESEARCH NOTES

Are Policymakers Finally Ready to Invest in Social Capital Projects that Work?

Are Policymakers Finally Ready to Invest in Social Capital Projects that Work?

Social capital is back in fashion and that can only be a good thing. The Levelling Up agenda could be ...
How Governments Organised and Used Domestic Intelligence During the Covid-19 Pandemic

How Governments Organised and Used Domestic Intelligence During the Covid-19 Pandemic

We're investigating how effectively governments organised intelligence to help them make the right decisions during the pandemic ...
Mental Health in the City: can developing a new ‘Urban Psychology’ be an antidote to poor design and policy?

Mental Health in the City: can developing a new ‘Urban Psychology’ be an antidote to poor design and policy?

Chris Murray, Director of Core Cities UK, writes for IPPO Cities on urban psychology in advance of his appearance at ...

Closing the Close the Gap between Science Push and Policy Pull

Covid-19 and other global crises are forcing us to the rethink the relationship between science and policy ...
Two Years On: Cities Policy Roundtable Event Report

Two Years On: Cities Policy Roundtable Event Report

Two years after the UK went into lockdown, IPPO held a day-long series of sessions on March 24, 2022 to ...
Two Years On: Looking at Policy Responses Across the World

Two Years On: Looking at Policy Responses Across the World

Speakers from around the world share diverse perspectives on their experiences of how governments and communities handled the pandemic, and ...