During the COVID-19 pandemic, challenges for crime and justice, skills and education, and health and social care provision have been brought into sharp relief. Funding and finance for social policy and initiatives will remain critical issues for discussion between the public, private, and not for profit sector throughout the recovery period, and beyond.
WIG aims to ensure that the UK government’s social policies are not developed in siloes, by engaging key stakeholders across departments, arm’s length bodies, the private sector and not for profits. The aim is to create an environment for peer learning, to support improvements to public services, and engender positive societal impacts. In this series, WIG will look into: