Facts & figures
Our story in short
- 6 research leads
- 144 full research members
- 500+ engaged researchers
- 150+ external research partners
- 200+ annual media appearances
- 10,000+ annual workshop attendees
We are unafraid to address the most immediate, pressing and politically-contested issues of the day, but do so in ways that focus on what really matters. We address the full complexity of these problems and provide clear, timely and practical responses.
We plan to increase even further our efforts in our current areas of focus: climate change, care and civil society. Our approaches in these fields set us apart and promise practical gains that will change people’s lives.
Our policy work eschews fixed, narrow categories, and recognises the interconnections between issues. We find that one set of problems is often part of the solution to another. For example, the climate, the economy, care and workers’ rights all are connected. Learn more about our current research in each public policy program and browse our publications.
Helping members of carbon-intensive and climate-affected communities come together to decide how they might transition justly to a low-carbon world.
Connecting care providers, care recipients and academics to forge a new narrative and ethical framework that will help us reimagine the future of care and revalue the care economy.
People and democracy
Broadening our well-received work on civil society and the Covid-19 pandemic into an investigation on the theme of ‘people and democracy’, encompassing issues of migration and forced migration.