Because more equal societies work better for everyone

External Research

For at least 40 years, research evidence has been accumulating that societies with bigger income differences between rich and poor tend to have worse health and higher homicide rates.   More recently, this has been contextualised by observations that more unequal societies not only suffer higher
An essay by Alex Bax, Chief Executive of Pathway and Chair of our affiliated local group My Fair London, for the APPG Health/Health Foundation collection, ‘A healthier life for a
Slides from Stewart Lansley's presentation at Local Groups Day 2016.
In A Convenient Truth, a new publication for the Fabian Society, Professors Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett explore how the link 'between economic development and real improvements in quality of life is broken in rich societies' and set out 'a path towards a society that’s bet
Historically a place where many deep-seated social issues have existed and risen to public consciousness, there is arguably nowhere in the country where inequality is more pronounced.


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