Former Olympian, James Cracknell to lead Policy Exchange work on obesity and physical activity
Double Olympic gold medallist, James Cracknell, will today begin work on a new project for Policy Exchange.
Joined Up Welfare
Joined Up Welfare shows that the UK's system for helping people into work is in urgent need of reform and proposes a radical new structure centred around the specific needs of the individual. A new system would enable private companies and charities to compete with government providers to offer more personalised and specialist support to jobseekers.
Call for Evidence: Financing more social homes
With between 220,000 and 300,000 new homes needed a year, and only 112,000 being built (with just 45,000 of those being affordable housing), we desperately need to build more homes. Our new Call for Evidences asks how we can finance the building of more affordable and social housing?
Road to 2015
As we head to the 2015 General Election, Policy Exchange is hosting a series of events exploring the challenges that each party faces as they look to write their election manifestos. We will also be publishing a series of our own policy manifestos for each of our research areas.
Wolfson Economics Prize 2014
The second Wolfson Economics Prize will be awarded to the entrant who offers the best answer to the question “How would you deliver a new Garden City which is visionary, economically viable, and popular?” At £250,000, the prize is the second largest for economics after the Nobel prize.