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A public event on how we can reinvigorate our democratic institutions and political parties for the 21st century.
A platform for centre-left revival?
Against the backdrop of cities across Europe and the US experiencing backlashes against companies using technology to shake-up industries, such as Uber and Airbnb, three essays explore this debate.
Anthony Painter argues that we are living in intensely political times, where a tech-enabled civic democracy is flourishing and new political forms are driven by emergent individualism.
How Britain can Make it in a Fast Changing World
Edited volume by UK shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna bringing together leading experts, business leaders, entrepreneurs and politicians.
Debate on how Britain and other industrialised countries can build strong, sustainable and inclusive economies for the future.
Britain risks drifting dozily towards departure if the economic and emotional cases for EU membership are not made more forcefully.
Britain’s two main parties deride and dismiss nationalist and populist sentiments. The left should seize the opportunities they present.
Populism is fuelled by discontent with the political class, but even Farage’s supporters don't believe politics is a waste of time.
We should consider populism's potential role as an egalitarian agent and a warning sign about the health of representative democracy.
Astute and important writings which have relevance for social democratic renewal.
Essays and critical thinking on some of the key political and ideological challenges for 21st Century social democracy.
Policy Network's international political observers report on centre-left politics across the world.
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