Inequality is a policy choice. Governments can close the gap between rich and poor, and some are already doing so
As the nation heads to the polls for the 2017 general election, Iris Schönherr of the New Citizenship Project asks: could we co-create the country we would like to see? How can we all participate [...]
As divisive characters take centre stage in global politics, what if prioritising people, planet and peace featured in the job descriptions of more politicians?
Peace is no longer a utopian ideal, says Peace in the City director Ella Matheson, who explores the idea of a government department focused solely on promoting peace and harmony
The wellbeing of people in the UK is to be measured and the findings used to inform future government policy
A new Youth Advisory Panel on Climate Change is working with the government to ensure young people's views are incorporated in decisions on policy
The UK Renewable Energy Strategy 2009' was published this summer. The document recognises the country's need to increase its use of renewable energy.
Nelson Mandela joins pupils worldwide for Send My Friend to School '09
Elections for the Youth Parliament are currently taking place all overthe country. There are over 500 seats up for grabs, with vast numbersof young people, aged between 11 and 18 years, standing [...]
Young people from across Shropshire and the West Midlands are protesting in an attempt to get university fees scrapped.
The Government will lead by example by driving green using low emission vehicles
The Royal Horticultural Society has launched a petition calling for VAT on ornamental plants and seeds to be reduced, bringing them in line with other 'green' goods.
An All-Party Parliamentary Group has been launched at Westminster, dedicated to the study of Conflict Issues. Set up at the [...]
Not in Our Name' say leading scientists, politicians, actors, writers and church leaders, who have formed a committee of 100 to [...]
Nearly seven million people in the UK are not able to afford a healthy diet