Last week, the majority of COVID-19 restrictions in England were removed, marking the biggest return to “normality” that we have seen since the beginning of the pandemic. However, this does not mean the end of restrictions for everybody, as IF Researcher, Lizzie Simpson, discusses how the new settlement affects younger people differently, and how this… Read more »
IF will be celebrating 10 years of working to protect the interests of younger and future generations in policy-making in 2021. But this year has been like no other as countries around the world reel from the damage the COVID-19 pandemic wrought on economies and people’s health. That is why this year’s annual Worldwide Blog… Read more »
Recent statistics have revealed that a quarter of schools in the UK are exposed to unhealthy levels of air pollution. IF senior researcher Melissa Bui explains how the rise in calls for the lowering of legal limits on air pollution are yet to lead to concrete government action.
It is now five years since the EU Referendum result, five years along the path towards the “sunlit uplands” promised by those that supported Brexit. Liz Emerson, IF Co-founder, investigates what benefits have been delivered for the UK’s young people.
Angus Hanton, IF Co-founder, explains why reform of the triple lock on the state pension must be implemented on intergenerational fairness grounds.
Ground breaking research is being undertaken into how families with children coped at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Rosie Parnell, Professor of Architecture and Pedagogy, at Newcastle University, explains what the researchers hope to study and how you can get involved.
To create more homes for younger people, we should create more homes for older people, writes Michael Voges, Executive Director of ARCO (Associated Retirement Community Operators) in response to IF’s stockpiling space report.
The National Audit Office has published a report on initial learning from the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Angus Hanton, IF Co-founder, examines the findings and concludes that, without the implementation of intergenerational fairness impact assessments, it will be younger generations who will lose out in public sector spending decisions while having to pick… Read more »
The government’s planning reforms were largely welcomed by the housing sector but how we use our existing housing stock should also be part of any reform, if we really care about sustainable housing. Liz Emerson, IF Co-founder, explains
Our latest newsletter is now available below. You can also subscribe to receive a regular update by providing your details at the bottom of the page. This edition calls for a new settlement for younger and future generations for all they have sacrificed economically and emotionally over the past year in order to protect the… Read more »