Curia

Curia is the UK’s first “do tank”, helping organisations to make change happen. Through innovative research, expert data analytics and leading insight from an operational and decision-maker level, Curia sits between the think tank and the consultancy worlds.

Through commissions, Curia provides recommendations on “how” change can become a reality. Governmental bodies from around the world work with Curia to help them transform recommendations into fully functional implementation plans. Using their cross-sector experience, Curia utilises expertise and intelligence that they have drawn from our parent broadcasting company, Chamber UK, to provide a unique insight.

Demonstrating measurable change and appraising the progress to make change happen, is critical to Curia’s work.

NHS Innovation and Life Sciences Commission

NHS Innovation and Life Sciences Commission

Our commission to study how the UK will become a "life sciences superpower" and what this could mean for health and economic outcomes and how improvements can be used to reduce inequalities across regions and communities.

LGBT+ Commission

LGBT+ Commission

Our commission exploring the issues that LGBT+ face in the UK today.

Levelling Up Commission

Levelling Up Commission

Our commission on the Levelling Up agenda.

Dyslexia Commission

Dyslexia Commission

Our commission for the implementation of policy for people with dyslexia across government.

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Curia Posts

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Rail strike: the government unveils controversial legislation

Today, the government unveils plans to change the law to allow businesses to supply agency workers in a bid to bridge staffing gaps during strike action. Ministers say the proposal, which requires parliamentary approval, would reduce disruption from strikes and provide companies with “the freedom to fill vital roles so that peoples’ daily lives remain uninterrupted.”

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UK Constitution

Levelling Up White Paper Review

As Local Council election results come in, former Secretary of State and Councillor, Sir Robert Buckland sets out his analysis of the Government’s White Paper ahead of his first meeting of Curia’s Levelling Up Commission.

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