The IPSP report has been submitted to Cambridge University Press. 269 authors, 778,758 words, 2,686 pages. We extend our deepest gratitude and appreciation to everyone for your contributions, comments, and feedback.
The International Panel on Social Progress is uniting the world’s leading researchers from social sciences and the humanities in a single effort: Developing research-based, multi-disciplinary, non-partisan, action-driven solutions to the most pressing challenges of our time.
- May 15, 2018: University of Sussex, U.K.
June 8, 2018: London School of Economics, U.K.
June 20, 2018: University of Bergen, Norway
An event at the Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, will mark the release of the IPSP report as well as a special issue of Technology’s Stories by the Society for the History of Technology.read more
IPSP author Mustapha Nabli (Ch. 6) will give a presentation on social progress at the Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters, and Arts.read more
IPSP author Grace Davie presented Chapter 16 at a conference on Freedom of Religion and Belief in Windsor, U.K.read more
IPSP authors John Bowen and Will Kymlicka (Ch. 15) explore the ambivalent effects of politics based on group identity.
Gianluca Grimalda explores the policies of that could make the IPSP’s vision of social progress a reality.
Gianluca Grimalda and Gian Paolo Rossini explore the foundations of the IPSP report in the Italian journal Menabò di Etica ed Economia.
IPSP authors Merike Blofield and Carmen Deere (Ch. 17) discuss the problem of intimate partner violence.