Aidan has worked on a number of projects within social policy, and the world of work. This includes an evaluation of the relationship between health inequalities and community control, exploring the idea of consumer debt write-off, wellbeing and the future of work, reducing the working week, and exploring new ideas for participatory democracy.
It’s Time to Shorten the Working Week
Alice Martin, Aidan Harper and Margaret Welsh write for Tribune
Why the four-day week could help solve Britain’s inequality problem
Aidan Harper writes for The Guardian
The fight for shorter working hours
We’re facing a number of crises in our workplace – reducing working hours is part of the solution
Unions fight new forms of exploitation with new ways of organising
For the first time in UK history, a coalition of four unions have come together in a day of action against outsourcing
Stalling productivity and high working hours shows the economy not working for many
New Economics Foundation react to today’s ONS stats
Five reasons why NEF supports the 4 Day Week Campaign
Reducing the hours we work can help future-proof the economy and the environment.