The Fabian Society has five key programmes that form the backbone of the society’s work. These are:

  • Next State - addresses the future role of government in British society
  • Next Economy - examines how economic policy can deliver not only growth but also fairness and sustainability
  • Labour’s Next Majority - looks at how the Labour Party can build an election-winning coalition
  • Environment and Citizenship - which asks how we build public support for action on climate change
  • Europe and the World – which examines the future of Britain’s place in the EU and the wider world
In addition to our key programmes, the Fabians have two current long-running projects:
  • Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty – an independent, year-long Commission examining the food system (link to dedicated microsite)
  • Tax Reform - Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust Fellowship

For more information on any of these programmes, please click the links above.