has tabled a number of solutions to tackle youth unemployment and attempt to fulfil Cameron's aspirations.
warns that young people in the UK are at risk because 75 per cent of young people in all levels of education do not have a job, while in the Netherlands almost 60 per cent of young people in education do.
called for men to work more flexibly and take greater responsibility for caring for their children and their homes.
Katie Schmuecker, Senior Research Fellow with ippr
north, said in Priestfield there was a well defined community leadership which was able to work with the council and housing providers to ensure the area was a green and pleasant place to live.
said research showed England's experience of mayors, in London, Hartlepool and Hackney, had been positive.
said: "Without effective management from the government, inequality is likely to increase because of unequal ownership of capital and highlyskilled workers being able to command higher wages and better jobs."
said that uncertainty around the UK's Brexit negotiations was still "casting a shadow over the second half of 2016".
Tom Kibasi, director of IPPR
London, said the HS3 project - which got the green light in the March Budget - should take precedence over HS2, which has become subject to widespread protests.
Ed Cox, Director of IPPR
North, said: "Even with a tight spending envelope, there are choices the government can make to build the foundations of strong economic growth and deal with the big social challenges facing the North East.
Reform Project (February/March 2012), IPPR
says the Electoral Act should be urgently reviewed and reformed following extensive consultation with stakeholders well ahead of the next national elections scheduled for November 2014.
The report says this would help prevent the loss of more pubs which strengthen local networks, after a survey commissioned by the IPPR
found a majority of people see pubs as the best place to keep up to speed with their community.
The Business Climate Index (BCI) published by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR
) climbed for the third consecutive month, up by 1.7 points to 114.6.