Monthly Archives: February 2017

By Tahirih Danesh; Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam

This edition of the Iran Human Rights Review focuses on due process in the Iranian legal system. The review contains…

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By Shanker Singham; Victoria Hewson

Legatum Institute's Director of Economic Policy and Prosperity Studies and chair of our Special Trade Commission, Shanker Singham writes about…

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By Ben Southwood; Sam Bowman

The National Living Wage is a political football and must be scrapped because it risks creating unemployment. The report, which…

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By Tom Follett

Air pollution levels are above legal limits in 16 urban areas across the UK. This report identifies actions that cities…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

Historically, concerns about technological unemployment have proved unwarranted. Instead, technology has created more new jobs than it has destroyed old…

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By Peter Sellen; Gerard Dominguez Reig

This report provides an overview of recent trends, key challenges and current reforms to apprenticeships, drawing on the CBI/Pearson’s Education and…

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By Rachel Reeves MP

Self-employment in the UK is rising, and it brings challenges as well as opportunities. The pamphlet looks at the rising…

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By Daniel Mahoney; James Pilditch

The UK manufacturing sector needs a supply side revolution to continue to occupy a competitive position on the world stage…

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By Calum Jeffray

A new RUSI report reveals how organised crime groups are benefiting from corruption at European borders, and exploiting limited controls…

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