Our Consultation Responses

Investing for Prosperity: Autumn Budget 2017
27 September 2017

Investing for Prosperity: Autumn Budget 2017

Our submission calls for the Autumn Budget to invest in skills and employment to tackle the structural challenges and inequalities in our economy and society.

Improving Lives: The Work, Health and Disability Green Paper
23 February 2017

Improving Lives: The Work, Health and Disability Green Paper

Improving Lives: The work, health and disability green paper Response from Learning and Work Institute

Coates Review of Prison Education
1 February 2017

Coates Review of Prison Education

Sumbission of evidence - November 2015

Universal Credit and In Work Progression
1 February 2017

Universal Credit and In Work Progression

Evidence to Work and Pensions Select Committee - February 2016

The future of Jobcentre Plus
1 February 2017

The future of Jobcentre Plus

Written evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee - April 2016

Halving the disability employment gap
1 February 2017

Halving the disability employment gap

Written evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee - May 2016

Further Education Maintenance Loans
1 February 2017

Further Education Maintenance Loans

Consultation response to Department for Business Innovation and Skills - June 2016

Carers Strategy
1 February 2017

Carers Strategy

Our Response to the Department of Health’s consultation on a new Carers Strategy.

Apprenticeship Funding Reforms
1 February 2017

Apprenticeship Funding Reforms

Response to Department for Education survey on Apprenticeship funding proposals - September 2016

Employment Opportunities and Support for Young People
1 February 2017

Employment Opportunities and Support for Young People

ubmission to the Work and Pensions Committee - September 2016

Autumn Statement 2016
1 February 2017

Autumn Statement 2016

Submission to HM Treasury - October 2016

Likely Impacts of an EU Exit on the London Economy
1 February 2017

Likely Impacts of an EU Exit on the London Economy

Submission from Learning and Work Institute Chief Economist Duncan Melville to London Assembly Economic Committee - October 2016