Results for Policy & Research

Lynn Fabes: engaging business in education

Lynn Fabes: engaging business in education

October 01, 2002 Eighteen months ago, the Department for Education and Skills recognised the need for a unique and innovative unit responsible for managing and developing long term, strategic relationships with appropriate business partners. Briefing asks the team's director how it all works. Read more >
Employment: sharpening the UK skills set

Employment: sharpening the UK skills set

October 01, 2002 Yet another attempt is being made by government to involve business in training schemes to tackle the continuing national skills shortage scandal. Will this one work any better than the last? Read more >
Public policy: a vision for partnership?

Public policy: a vision for partnership?

June 01, 2002 The UK government has launched a new 'ambitious vision' for corporate social responsibility, with five priority areas for action. Yet the public remains confused and concerned about the private sector's role in society. Read more >
A journey to where?

A journey to where?

June 01, 2002 As the government publishes its latest CSR report, the IPPR asks where the policy agenda will go from here. Read more >
Companies and the second term: social inclusion

Companies and the second term: social inclusion

December 01, 2001 In the first of a series on policy options in the run up to the General Election, John Griffiths examines company involvement in regeneration schemes and the wider ‘social inclusion’ agenda, should Labour win an expected second term. Read more >
Educating for citizenship

Educating for citizenship

December 01, 2001 The UK government wants schools to teach pupils how to be citizens. Meanwhile it is after companies for their money (again), not for their expertise on a topic they know lots about. Read more >
New mayor woos London business

New mayor woos London business

August 01, 2001 As Ken Livingstone took up office in July, the issue of regeneration began hotting up again across the country, with more government money on offer and a real opportunity for business to get involved at local level. Read more >
Press Pass: Roger Cowe: don

Press Pass: Roger Cowe: don

August 01, 2001 In the first of a regular new feature, one of Britain’s leading CSR journalists gets behind the headlines to examine what’s really making the news. Read more >