How to get people talking about the Sustainable Development Goals

You can't fault the Goals' vision, but we need a smaller set of measures to engage the public More

The health gap between rich and poor is increasing, but why?

Inequality in life expectancy is rising for the first time since the 1870s More

BHS collapse: how capitalism is eating itself

The model of big business in the UK is failing, and BHS is just one example More

Is the National Living Wage actually enough to live off?

We should accept no substitute: we need a real Living Wage More

Measuring job quality: a win in Wales

The Welsh Government is adopting a new national indicator that focuses on Good Jobs More

World Happiness Report: inequality on the rise

Inequality in wellbeing is increasing around the globe - why? More

Budget 2016: all of NEF’s reaction and analysis

Spending cuts, tax breaks and a sugar levy: here's what it all means More

Budget 2016: does it deliver on the issues that matter?

An economy is only as strong as what it delivers More

Budget 2016: the government is ignoring inequality – again

A failure to report on the distributional effects of policies for all, shows a disregard for inequality More

Why less is more when it comes to measuring our national success

How many indicators would give a balanced picture of how our economy is performing? More

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