A Skills Audit of the UK Film and Screen Industries

The UK screen industries are of huge economic and cultural benefit to the...

More than “women’s issues”

This paper, the first in a new series, focuses on four areas of women’s...

Gender, Sex, Health and Work

This background paper discusses a new series of papers which will explore health...

Could a bad Brexit deal reduce workers’ rights across Europe?

The report investigates the hypothesis that with increasing global competition,...

Submission to the ‘Improving Lives’ consultation: from the Work Foundation Employer Group

A Work Foundation submission to the Government's Disability, Health and Work...

Social Prescribing: A pathway to work?

Social prescribing is a means of enabling healthcare professionals to refer...

Is welfare to work, working well? Improving employment rates for people with disabilities and long-term conditions

People with long-term conditions and disabilities experience disproportionately...

Wave 2 Growth Hub Programme

As an early initiative in the devolution and local growth agenda, the W2GH...

Don’t stop me now: supporting young people with chronic conditions from education to employment

The sixth policy paper from the Health and Work Policy Unit calls for greater...

This won’t hurt a bit

Supporting small business to be healthy, wealthy and wise Libby McEnhill and...