The Intergenerational Commission

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What is the commission?

The Resolution Foundation has convened an Intergenerational Commission to explore the questions of intergenerational fairness that are currently rising up the agenda. In order to improve understanding of these issues, the Foundation has brought together leaders from business, academia and policy-making to devise a means of repairing the social contract between generations.

 

The launch briefing is available to read here.

LATEST REPORT

Final report: A New Generational Contract

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Meet the Commissioners

BEN PAGE CEO of Ipsos MORI
CAROLYN FAIRBAIRN Director General of the CBI
DAVID WILLETTS Exec Chair of the Resolution Foundation
FRANCES O’GRADY General Secretary of the TUC
GEOFFREY FILKIN Chairman of the Centre for Ageing Better
JOHN HILLS Professor of Social Policy at the LSE
KATE BARKER Economist and former MPC member
NIGEL WILSON Group CEO of Legal & General
PAUL JOHNSON Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies
SARAH O’CONNOR Employment Correspondent at the FT
TORSTEN BELL Director of the Resolution Foundation
VIDHYA ALAKESON CEO of Power to Change
BEN PAGE CEO of Ipsos MORI
CAROLYN FAIRBAIRN Director General of the CBI
DAVID WILLETTS Exec Chair of the Resolution Foundation
FRANCES O’GRADY General Secretary of the TUC
GEOFFREY FILKIN Chairman of the Centre for Ageing Better
JOHN HILLS Professor of Social Policy at the LSE
KATE BARKER Economist and former MPC member
NIGEL WILSON Group CEO of Legal & General
PAUL JOHNSON Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies
SARAH O’CONNOR Employment Correspondent at the FT
TORSTEN BELL Director of the Resolution Foundation
VIDHYA ALAKESON CEO of Power to Change

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