Liz Emerson suggests that the interests of all could be served by a single ministry focusing on the long term.
Bob McCormick, of the “citizen’s blog” Global Summit, argues that to achieve long-term intra- and intergenerational justice we will need to reorganize human activity on the macro level.
Fiona Wilson gives a mother’s perspective on the dismal legacy of the baby boomers, and wonders why the younger generation is so acquiescent
Liz Emerson looks at the wider implications of the alarming EHRC report on the quality of council-run home care
Xiao Mei, PhD candidate from Cambridge University, looks at the response of retirees to a Red Culture campaign in China, and compares this to the new attitudes of youth
Heather Wetzel, Vice Chair of the Labour Land Campaign, responds to the recent IF housing report, and makes the case for a land value tax
Angus Hanton foresees a scarcity value for future labour, but other forces could undermine its potential for improving the fortunes of the young in the workplace
Josie Delves sees the scrapping of the Education Maintenance Allowance as symptomatic of a government that has shown a distinct reluctance to invest in youth – and her generation
David Kingman explores the interactions between Intergenerational Justice and Social Justice
Antony Mason tries to untangle the intergenerational outcome of the increasing number of retirement-age workers in the labour market