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

Two Years On: How to Make Evidence Impactful on Policy

Two Years On: How to Make Evidence Impactful on Policy

Policymakers need to be involved in discussions with researchers from the beginning and build communities around evidence-informed policy ...
Two Years On: What Effect Did School Closures Have on Children?

Two Years On: What Effect Did School Closures Have on Children?

Learning loss due to school closures has not been as much of a problem as first thought. However, the effect ...
What We Can Learn From Italy’s COVID-19 Policy Response

What We Can Learn From Italy’s COVID-19 Policy Response

Dr Silvia Camporesi, a reader in bioethics and health humanities at King's College London, looks at what policymakers can learn ...
Andy Haldane: Five Lessons We Can Build On From the Pandemic

Andy Haldane: Five Lessons We Can Build On From the Pandemic

As the UK moves forward to a new normal, it’s important not to lose sight of what could prospectively go ...
Homelessness: what can we learn from the pandemic’s surprising success story?

Homelessness: what can we learn from the pandemic’s surprising success story?

A new report reveals how homelessness was one of the 'success' stories of the pandemic - and sets out the ...
COVID-19, Scarring and UK Priorities for 2022-23

COVID-19, Scarring and UK Priorities for 2022-23

IPPO’s latest global scan of the effects of the pandemic shows that the last two years have brought the sharpest ...