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Thought leadership

June 21, 2022
Sickle Cell Disorder: Recognising health inequalities in genomics research
Can the UK regard itself as a Life Sciences Superpower without addressing the inequalities present in the healthcare system? Public Policy Project’s (PPP) Grace Girling continued discussions held at the Global Genomics Conference with Kye Gbangbola, reflecting on the problems faced by those living with Sickle Cell Disorder and the crucial reasons why diversity must be engrained in genomics research.
June 15, 2022
Stagflation ahead: World Bank projects growth to slow while inflation rises
As the cost of living continues to rise and supply chain disruptions hamper industrial efforts, the spectre of a recession looms ever larger in the public’s imagination. Fortunately, according to the World Bank, the global economy is on track to avoid negative growth. Unfortunately, that’s the end of the good news.
June 7, 2022
The digital future of social care
On the 18th May 2022, PPP’s social care network came together for an evidence session entitled A Care System for the Future: Digital Opportunities and the Arrival of Caretech. In this session, participants discussed the benefits of digitisation for integration, digital tools for managing care, and technology to enhance quality of life. 

About Public Policy Projects

Public Policy Projects (PPP) is an independent policy institute committed to global public policy reform. We bring together expert policymakers, stakeholders, academics and business leaders with a common interest in the future of public policy.

PPP promotes policy reform through evidence-based research and ongoing analysis into healthcare, life sciences, environment, energy and international diplomacy. We promote a progressive, global and inherently liberal world view through a diverse portfolio of policy papers, publications, events and thought leadership.

The mission of Public Policy Projects is to learn both from our own experience and from the experience of others and to make contributions to the policy debate which address real world choices on the basis of real-world evidence. Good public policy is what connects political aspiration to hard reality. That is what we aim to provide.