Does childhood now extend until 25 in modern Britain? David Kingman looks at what might lead to such an assertion
The Intergenerational Foundation, in conjunction with the New Statesman, has just launched its Schools Essay Competition. IF Volunteer Jonathan Hughes explores the duties and obligations between generations
David Kingman reports on the recent death of Moritz Erhardt, a German intern at City investment bank Bank of America Merrill Lynch
The headline figures from a new report suggest that a university education really does pay dividends. But the devil is in the detail. Antony Mason reports
David Kingman argues that the UK will need a growing army of highly-skilled workers in order to generate growth in the future – so how does our education system need to change to help make this a reality?
David Kingman examines the criticisms of the UK system for postgraduate study made in a recent report by the Sutton Trust
David Kingman examines the evidence that young Britons have become exceptionally liberal
David Kingman reviews a new book which attempts to get to the bottom the dramatic changes that are currently sweeping through England’s higher education sector
A new report by Unicef puts British children in 16th place among the world’s rich countries, when it comes to well-being. Antony Mason reports
IF Vox Pop is a series of pieces submitted to the Intergenerational Foundation by members of the public, expressing their take on the issues we raise. Here Brendan Hollowood tells of his struggles to get a foothold in the UK workforce that have forced him abroad.