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‘Young people experience violence daily – and our ideas for change will save lives’
Blog 4 April 2023
Sharing her experiences, Annais Naylor Guerrero says fixing youth violence means urgently addressing mistrust in our broken system.
Leading research, driving change
Publication 22 March 2023
Sharing insights into youth experiences of violence, and young people’s solutions to drive safer, fairer futures in England and Wales.
‘Businesses must get serious about their social responsibilities’
Blog 14 March 2023
No amount of employee volunteering or charitable giving will deliver the change we need to see in our society and economy, says Helen Goulden
‘Our transition to net zero must be government-led and people-powered’
Blog 10 March 2023
To achieve the UK’s net zero goals, we need a united department at the heart of Westminster, says Emily Morrison
‘Work to be done’ for UK businesses to drive social change, our report finds
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.
Taking a leap together
Blog 3 February 2023
Innovating around established norms and processes can be tough, frustrating, exciting, and joyful all at the same time. The heritage sector is ready for the adventure.
Funding programme supports ‘fresh thinking’ in the heritage sector
News 24 January 2023
As the National Lottery Heritage Fund awards 35 grants to drive innovation in the heritage sector, we’re supporting grantees to develop their ideas and skills.
New project tackles ‘avoidable and unfair’ health inequalities
News 15 December 2022
Linking community, health and social sectors together, Living Roots is a new collaborative programme working to improve health equity in the west London borough of Ealing.
‘In our quest for environmental sustainability, social responsibility is key’
Blog 19 October 2022
Previewing our upcoming report, Helen Goulden looks for the ‘S’ in ESG – and asks if political and economic turbulence could knock it into the long grass?
A fair transition: making net zero a net benefit for all
3 October 2022
3:00pm – 4:00pm
A Conservative Party conference event with the Minister for Climate Change, Graham Stuart, and the Institute for Community Studies’ Richard Harries.
Helping Londoners grow skills and salaries through the cost-of-living crisis
News 15 July 2022
We’re supporting a new £2m programme, helping people across England’s capital city access employment and skills.
Young people propose solutions to youth mental health crisis
News 28 March 2022
New research – led by 16- to 20-year-olds and conducted with 10- to 21-year-olds in England – shares a youth vision for a healthier, happier post-Covid future.
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