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Publication 8 November 2023
Drawing on East Birmingham residents’ lived experiences, this report offers policy recommendations for healthy food systems.
Publication 3 August 2023
This research report was developed by The Centre for Urban Wellbeing at The University of Birmingham, in collaboration with The Young Foundation, and the University of Birmingham’s Institute for Mental Health Youth participation leads and Youth Advisory Group.
Blog 30 March 2023
Siân Whyte shares three ways to ensure the 15-minute neighbourhood concept is location-specific, and works for both residents and councils.
Blog 22 March 2023
A webinar hosted by the TCPA, sharing insights from Waltham Forest Council and The Young Foundation, exploring the ’15-Minute Neighbourhood’ concept.
News 9 February 2023
Our Quest for the S in ESG report uncovers a lack of attention, measurement and commitment to social outcomes as part of ESG strategies.
News 1 February 2023
Supporting knowledge creation ‘by everyone, for everyone’, UKRI is today awarding grants totalling £240,000 to organisations and community groups.
Project 21 December 2022
We are working with the Greater London Authority and Focus on Labour Exploitation to gain an understanding of the support and advice services on offer to migrant workers in London.
28 February 2023
1:30pm – 3:30pm
Join us to explore the London Borough of Waltham Forest’s 15-Minute Neighbourhoods Framework.
17 November 2022
9:00am – 10:30am
A panel event hosted by our Institute for Community Studies and Power to Change.
Impact story 4 October 2022
We worked with East London developers Barking Riverside Ltd (BRL) to launch a pioneering, award-winning social impact project, Thames Futures.
Blog 23 September 2022
Mark Pepper is driving climate action at Ambition Lawrence Weston, a housing estate on the outskirts of Bristol.
Project 23 August 2022
We are working with Birmingham City Council and Smartlyte to investigate barriers in provision of healthy, affordable food by food businesses in East Birmingham.
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