Our research allows us to identify areas where younger and future generations are at most risk of intergenerational unfairness. Our research areas range from health and education, to housing, employment, taxation, pensions, government debt, voting, population change and environmental degradation. We welcome outside contributors in helping us to provide new evidence, propose workable policy solutions and mobilise personal and political action.
Click on the boxes below for further information on our research papers, policy briefing sheets, academic prizes or recommended reading. You can also keep up-to-date with the latest academic thinking around intergenerational justice by reading the Intergenerational Justice Review, produced by IF in partnership with Germany’s Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations.