Identity and influence: A role for the rule of law in strengthening British national identity and maintaining the UK’s soft power
The rule of law has a part to play in defining and reinforcing Britishness, an especially important task for a country facing questions about its role in the world and internal challenges over unity. In this report, we lay out steps to restabilising the rule of law in the UK, to strengthen internal unity and ensuring that it remains a key “soft power” asset for the UK.
|Published:||19 January 2023|
Give me money (That’s what I want): The case for cash benchmarking
Key points ‘Cash benchmarking’ practices have become common in poorer countries in recent years and used by development agencies to compare programme outcomes against the alternative of giving people cash...
|Published:||01 February 2021|
Whose responsibility is it anyway? Perspectives on public health, the state and the individual
This collection of essays brings together different perspectives on the public health debate, seeking to find the balance between state intervention and individual responsibility.
|Published:||20 October 2004|