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Hounslow going green: your home, your say.

Project 23 May 2024

Hounslow Council is working to create warmer homes and healthier neighbourhoods as part of its commitment to making the area greener and improving quality of life with its residents, both now and for the future.

‘Tougher policing won’t reduce knife crime’

Blog 23 May 2024

If politicians are serious about addressing youth violence, they urgently need to work with young people, says Chelsea McDonagh

Our Four-Scope Framework

Supporting businesses to deliver against the ‘S’ of their ESG commitments, our Four-Scope Social Framework gives multiple starting points to drive genuinely impactful and long-term impact.

Rose Mosse

Person 8 May 2024

Co-creating collaborative, generative and transformational experiences, Rose is fascinated by systems and making sense of them. She has an MSc in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability, is a fellow in Social Innovation, and a student of Process-Oriented Psychology. 

Evidence of the lived experiences of poverty in the UK

Publication 1 May 2024

A synthesis of The Young Foundation’s work exploring the nature of poverty and low income in the UK since 2009.

Evidence of the lived experiences of poverty in the UK

Repository entry 30 April 2024

This synthesis report outlines The Young Foundation’s work exploring the nature of poverty and low income in the UK since 2009. It feeds into a thematic review compiled for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation by GMCVO.

Creating ‘a town built on fairness’

News 30 April 2024

With a new £1.9m award from the National Lottery Community Fund, we’re building on our recent work in the Luton area, working with local communities to help overcome social, economic, and environmental challenges  

Isabella Pereira

Person 26 April 2024

Previously Head of Qualitative Research Methods at Ipsos’s Social Research Institute, Isabella is a qualitative and mixed methods expert with more than 15 years’ experience in researching vulnerable audiences. Her published research includes work on the resettlement of Syrian refugees for the Home Office, and on the Living Home Standard for Shelter.

Kavya Menon

Person 25 April 2024

Kavya has led partnership-building and income generation across national policy, innovation, and research organisations. She is currently establishing the business development function at The King’s Fund, and previously worked at the Royal Society of Arts.

Pam Warhurst CBE

Person 25 April 2024

Pam is Chair of Incredible Edible CIC, an international initiative showing how local food growing demonstrates the power of small actions in bringing about major cultural shifts. She was previously leader of a Local Authority, and – through a number of former and current roles – has a front row seat on how government at all levels operate and invest.

Tosin Adegun

Person 25 April 2024

Tosin works across sectors, analysing and advising on financial and business issues. A qualified accountant, Tosin’s background is in investor relations, and she has a keen interest in supporting social enterprises for the public good.

Local knowledge, national potential

Publication 16 April 2024

Activity, emerging insights and lessons learned through the first six months of the UKRI-funded Community Knowledge Fund programme.

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