Reform annual journal 2016

Document type
Annual report
Haldenby, Andrew; Pickles, Charlotte
Date of publication
23 September 2016
Social Policy, Criminal Justice Services, Education and Skills
Social welfare
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Reform is an independent, non-party think tank whose mission is to set out a better way to deliver public services and economic prosperity.

This edition covers a range of topics including growth, health, criminal justice, welfare, and education. It summarises events and key papers that were published throughout the year.

A wide range of industry professionals have made contributions to this publication. A number of topics from economic growth to prison reform are discussed at length.

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