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NEW RESEARCH

June, 2021

This paper was researched and produced by Sam Hilton, Research Affiliate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge, who also provides the Secretariat for the APPG for Future Generations, and Sahil Shah, specialist researcher on food security, ALLFED and Jahn Research.

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Sam Hilton

February, 2021

This paper was researched and produced by Sam Hilton and Caroline Baylon. In preparing this paper, they draw on both desk research and in-depth interviews with twelve current and former civil servants from across relevant departments, including the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Defence and Public Health England. These meetings mostly took place in 2019, prior to COVID-19. This paper has forewords written by Graham Stuart MP & Labour frontbench Minister, Bambos Charalambous MP. 

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Sam Hilton & Caroline Baylon

February 2020 - ongoing

We are running an inquiry into how UK policy making today considers the long-termism. The inquiry is lead by a cross-party steering committee of 5 MPs and 3 Peers and chaired by Bambos Charalambous MP. See the Terms of Reference here.

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Caroline Baylon

Past research

October, 2019

This paper is written to advise members and the secretariat of the APPG on Future Generations about groups calling for improvements to policy making processes in the UK in order to protect future generations, and set out some of the key changes being called for.

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APPG for Future Generations

Summer, 2019

This paper was researched and produced by Sam Hilton and Caroline Baylon. In preparing this paper, they draw on both desk research and in-depth interviews with twelve current and former civil servants from across relevant departments, including the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Defence and Public Health England. These meetings mostly took place in 2019, prior to COVID-19. This paper has forewords written by Graham Stuart MP & Labour frontbench Minister, Bambos Charalambous MP. 

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APPG for Future Generations

February, 2018

This paper lead to the creation of the APPG. It looks at options for representing future generations in UK policymaking and draws on an analyses case studies from Singapore, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Scotland and Wales.

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APPG for Future Generations

If you are an MP, Peer, or Parliamentary staff please get in touch via secretariat@appgfuturegenerations.com