7 May 2020 | Authors: Franca Roeschert, Jana Tauschinski,
With the lockdown exit strategy due to be announced by the Government on Sunday, we were curious to find out what UK residents think is the best way to lift lockdown
3 May 2020 | Authors: Franca Roeschert,
The speed of Covid-19 spreading across the country and impact on UK society has turned our lives upside down.
29 April 2020 | Authors: Helen Goulden OBE,
There is an increasingly vocal common hope that in amongst the pain for those who experience illness and loss through Covid-19 and all the associated long-term social, health and economic impacts of lockdown, we will come out of this with a renewed sense of community.
15 April 2020
The Citadel The Citadel, as we are more colloquially known to our service users, has been helping children and young people in the Leith area of Edinburgh since 1980. In recent times, our provision has focussed on youth clubs offering a wide range of social,
6 April 2020 | Authors: Eve Avdoulos, Tatevik Sargsyan,
To say that these times are unprecedented would be an understatement. Within the span of one week, our entire country, and nearly a quarter of the globe, has immediately needed to adapt to new ways of working, new ways of operating and new ways of communicating with colleagues, friends and families.
31 March 2020
I believe wholeheartedly in the power of community – to enable citizens to lead and to seek out local solutions to local issues. The current public health crisis facing communities across the world offers a unique opportunity to reveal the value of community,
20 March 2020
We understand that Covid-19 is already changing and will profoundly change the experience of community and life in every local place in the UK. This research gives us a detailed account of the state of community on the brink of
29 November 2019 | Authors: Emily Morrison,
ICS research sheds a new light on communities’ agenda for this general election In a general election dominated by big national issues, our new research looks at what matters to people in Britain: community. Over the last three months we’ve
28 October 2019
Originally published at: juliaunwin.com All my working life the call has been for stronger communities. Communities that could – depending on fashion and decade – care for their neighbours, enable regeneration, manage their carbon footprints, be more resilient, engage in community
15 October 2019
Two years after first discussing the idea of relaunching the Institute, today our Manifesto gives a fantastic summary of what’re we’re about and our mission. You can get a sense of all those collaborating on research in and with communities
15 October 2019
Based on the research I did for Me, Me, Me?: the Search for Community in Post-war England my historical starting point would be: There has never been a ‘golden age’ of community and Britain has been a strongly individualist society for generations
15 October 2019
Over the years, it has become a staple in corporate-speak, and there seems to me a sad correlation between the rise of the word in marketing and the slow demise of community itself. Everyone now “cares about the community,” especially