The seminar was part of a series on issues relating to housing, work and skills and household finances. It considered the impact of the recession on low earners and what more needs to change to protect them both now and going into recovery. The speakers were Yolande Barnes, Savills, who presented How is the housing market changing?, Matthew Whittaker, Resolution Foundation, who outlined the Foundation’s definition of low earners, from both a conceptual and an analytical basis and Andrew Pratt, Grainger, who spoke on the future of the private rental sector. The seminar was chaired by Sue Regan, Chief Executive of the Resolution Foundation.
| : Lindsay Judge, Daniel TomlinsonHome improvements: action to address the housing challenges faced by young people
| : Matthew WhittakerAn unhealthy interest? Debt distress and the consequences of raising rates
| : George Bangham, David Finch, Toby PhillipsA welfare generation: lifetime welfare transfers between generations
| : Laura GardinerWe need to lift the burden of risk that we are loading onto young people
| : Fahmida RahmanWidening inequalities between generations are impeding social mobility
Re-assessing the Generational Contract: Examining intergenerational equity across advanced economies
Commission calls for a £2.3bn NHS levy and a £10,000 Citizen’s Inheritance to build a new generational contract for young and old