Research

BRIEFING NOTE – Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories

BRIEFING NOTE – Human Rights and the Palestinian Territories

Charlotte Littlewood and Elizabeth Arif-Fear have produced a very moving briefing note on the human rights abuses currently taking place in the Palestinian territories.

by · 25th November 2019 · Research
NEW RESEARCH – Tackling knife crime through after-school activities

NEW RESEARCH – Tackling knife crime through after-school activities

In a brand new research paper for Parliament Street, Dr. Peter Hill and Patrick Sullivan explain how after-school activities present a positive way to change the lives of many children and young people; keeping them off the conveyor belt to crime.

by · 23rd October 2019 · Research
Maths Revolution – a Parliament Street paper

Maths Revolution – a Parliament Street paper

Parliament Street has today launched a major new paper criticising the current education system and calling on Oftsed to take a different approach to mathematics. Read the full paper here.

by · 3rd September 2019 · Research
Report: Government urged tackle ‘chronic connectivity’ in rural farming communities

Report: Government urged tackle ‘chronic connectivity’ in rural farming communities

The government must take action to transform the British heartland putting farming first to revitalise rural areas, according to a new policy paper from UK think tank Parliament Street. The report, entitled Sustaining the Heartland: Challenges of rural communities, farming and agriculture, is highly critical of the current barriers facing rural communities, farms and the wider industry.

by · 16th August 2019 · Opinion Editorials, Research, Blog, Uncategorized
1 in 16 Report – Examining Mental Health Support in English Universities

1 in 16 Report – Examining Mental Health Support in English Universities

Full Report: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uu4-X41CxDtqO-0V7jz-0vRidUYz0hD1/view This report examines the level of mental health support in English universities and provides an insight into some of the many barriers faced by students when attempting to access mental health provision on campus. Counselling Research The report outlines recent research undertaken by Parliament on counselling levels in English universities. One in every 16 University students accessed […]

by · 11th August 2019 · Research
LACKING LINKS

LACKING LINKS

In a timely new briefing paper Parliament Street’s Head of External Relations, Elizabeth Anderson makes the case to the new government for increased investment in rural transport.

by · 29th July 2019 · Research
GREEN CAPITALISM

GREEN CAPITALISM

In a groundbreaking new research paper Parliament Street Director of Policy and Professorial Research Fellow, Dr. Peter Hill and Parliament Street Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Sullivan offer a centre-right alternative to the red environmentalist policies of the Green New Deal. It is time for Green Capitalism.

by · 24th July 2019 · frontpage, Research, Blog
New Report: An Education System on the Brink? Exploring the Relationship between our Education System and Mental Health

New Report: An Education System on the Brink? Exploring the Relationship between our Education System and Mental Health

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman has written a new exploratory report into the relationship between the education system in the UK and mental health. He explores ‘This exploratory paper aims to examine the research, data, and narratives around the relationship between our education system and mental health. It will examine the causes of poor mental health within the education […]

by · 17th June 2019 · Research
NHS Data Security Report: Mobiles Thefts Rise by One Third

NHS Data Security Report: Mobiles Thefts Rise by One Third

Today the Parliament Street think tank publishes a new report revealing that thefts of laptops and mobile phones in NHS Trusts have risen by one third,

by · 6th June 2019 · Research
New Report: Showing Leadership Online and Broadcasting a Responsible Approach

New Report: Showing Leadership Online and Broadcasting a Responsible Approach

Our Head of Campaigns, Danny Bowman has written a new exploratory report in an attempt to examine the role of the media in maintaining good mental health among viewers/users and contestants/guests through responsible media practices. Danny makes key recommendations informed by his comprehensive analysis of the evidence available. Showing Leadership Online and Broadcasting a Responsible Approach

by · 31st May 2019 · Research