Ruth Eastwood

Briefing-Starting Well: giving young people the best chance in life

Starting Well Southern Policy Centre has been exploring the health and well-being of communities in the central South: what will allow everyone to enjoy full and active lives. In a series of three seminars hosted jointly with the University of Winchester, we aimed to encourage a wider discussion and debate about our society and how we can secure a better life for all. The first seminar in 2018 discussed how our society’s demographic make-up is changing, with a growing proportion…

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Let’s make cities in the central South greener, healthier and wilder: the Southampton National City Park project

Let’s make cities in the central South greener, healthier and wilder: the Southampton National City Park project This is a guest blog by Milo Maguire from the Southampton National Park City project. The content of this post is solely the opinion of the author and does not necessarily reflect the opinions and beliefs of the Southern Policy Centre. Let’s make cities in the central South greener, healthier and wilder: the Southampton National City Park project  National Park city is an…

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Business, Environment and Society: How the central South’s businesses see their environmental and social responsibilities

Add Your Heading Text Here Doing the right thing: How the central South’s businesses see their environmental and social responsibilities The Southern Policy Centre have been supported by Terence O’Rourke ltd in exploring how businesses in the Central South see their environmental and social responsibilities. This is particularly pertinent as we try to understand how the Covid-19 crisis has changed our society, and how we are responding to major ecological challenges of climate change and the risk of ecosystem collapse.…

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Levelling up: making the case for investment in the central South

Levelling up: making the case for investment in the central South This new report from Southern Policy Centre asks whether the central South risks losing out to areas in the Midlands and the North in the Government’s Levelling Up agenda. There is a widely held assumption that all areas in the supposedly affluent South East experience the positive effects of prosperity but SPC research suggests that some areas of the population experience poor life chances similar to those found in…

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