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Our focus areas

Movement building

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We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

Supporting a fair transition

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We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

Supporting a fair transition

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We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

Supporting a fair transition

Open

We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

Supporting a fair transition

Open

We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

Supporting a fair transition

Open

We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

Supporting a fair transition

Open

We want to foster a new kind of economic thinking in the UK. A growing number of creative and imaginative organisations are pushing for the changes we need to create a better economic system. This movement has been burgeoning across Europe, and the UK has been named “a primary hotspot of new economic thinking.”

What do we mean by the 4D economy

Democratising the economy

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Power in our economy is largely in the hands of a few institutions and large corporations, with little opportunity for those outside of this bubble to have their say. A fair economy would offer a range of ways for people to have a say in economic decision-making. This could be by upending the current power structures or by creating channels to involve the everyday person. By creating these opportunities we can foster a sense of ownership and accountability for all.

Decarbonising the economy

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Power in our economy is largely in the hands of a few institutions and large corporations, with little opportunity for those outside of this bubble to have their say. A fair economy would offer a range of ways for people to have a say in economic decision-making. This could be by upending the current power structures or by creating channels to involve the everyday person. By creating these opportunities we can foster a sense of ownership and accountability for all.

Decarbonising the economy

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Power in our economy is largely in the hands of a few institutions and large corporations, with little opportunity for those outside of this bubble to have their say. A fair economy would offer a range of ways for people to have a say in economic decision-making. This could be by upending the current power structures or by creating channels to involve the everyday person. By creating these opportunities we can foster a sense of ownership and accountability for all.

Decarbonising the economy

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Power in our economy is largely in the hands of a few institutions and large corporations, with little opportunity for those outside of this bubble to have their say. A fair economy would offer a range of ways for people to have a say in economic decision-making. This could be by upending the current power structures or by creating channels to involve the everyday person. By creating these opportunities we can foster a sense of ownership and accountability for all.

Type of Grants

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People

Stephen Muers

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Chair of Trustees

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Ann Don Bosco

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Trustee - Resource Committee Member

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Abraham Baldry

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Trustee - Investment Committee Member

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Stephanie Maier

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Trustee - Investment Committee Chair

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Kathleen Kelly

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Trustee - Resource Committee Chair

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Aphra Sklair

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Trustee - Resource Committee Member

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Caroline Taylor

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Trustee - Resources Committee Member

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Paul Blyth

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Trustee - Investment Committee Member

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Simin Wadiwala

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Associate Trustee

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Danielle Walker Palmour

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Director

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Investment Principles and Policy

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Investment Principles and Policy

The guiding document for how Friends Provident Foundation invests.

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Citizens’ Economic Council report

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Citizens’ Economic Council report

Can involving the public in economic policy-making help the UK tackle the cost-of-living crisis?

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Unleashing the Potential of Impact Measurement in Listed Equities: The crucial role for asset managers (part 1 of 2)

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Unleashing the Potential of Impact Measurement in Listed Equities: The crucial role for asset managers (part 1 of 2)

Impact investing is gaining traction, driven by asset owners seeking positive impact.

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Bellwether interviews brief

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Bellwether interviews brief

Opportunity Alert! Join us in reshaping the economic landscape!

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Learning to change: Evidence-based practices to support a Just Transition

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Learning to change: Evidence-based practices to support a Just Transition

The global pursuit of a sustainable future has never been more urgent.

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Learning to change: Evidence-based practices to support a Just Transition

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Learning to change: Evidence-based practices to support a Just Transition

In this report, we delve into the groundbreaking insights derived from three Foundation-funded projects.

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Staff Spotlight: Jake Furby

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Staff Spotlight: Jake Furby

This is a series of staff spotlights – showing the people behind the organisation! First up with have our Communications Manager: Jake Furby.

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Reflective Blog: Mitie AGM and the Ethnicity Pay Gap

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Reflective Blog: Mitie AGM and the Ethnicity Pay Gap

In this reflective blog, I would like to share my experiences and insights from the AGM, where I had the opportunity to stand up and advocate for voluntary ethnicity pay gap reporting.

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