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Ideas, as well as people, now move more freely. We have put new models, drawn from other classes and other parts of the world, before the local people, creating new aspirations and new ideas.
Michael Young and Peter Willmott.
Family and Kinship in East London, 1957
Phil Cohen is a Research fellow at the Young Foundation and Research Director of the Livingmaps NetworkFind out more
How can we come together as a community to tackle inequality? And how can we make our shared hopes a reality?Find out more
David Robinson, Founder of Community Links and chair of the Early Action Task Force is leading a campaign to focus the next mayoral elections.Find out more
A blog from Gorka Espiau, Director of Innovation for Cities and Regions.Find out more
Despite high levels of inequality, there is also a deep resilience and passion for creativity and ingenuity in Northern Ireland.Find out more
On Friday 24th October the Young Foundation is launching a collaboration with Llamau in Wales to begin a a new movement. Ahead of the event, Frances Beecher, CEO of Llamau shares her thoughts on the challenges ahead and the need for greater collaboration. It’s very hard to believe that we are out of the recession and everything... Find out more
As we hit 25,000 followers on twitter, Tony Colville, Partnerships lead at The Young Foundation, starts a monthly reflection on new partnerships, new programmes and plans for collaboration. For more on our new partnerships follow us @tony_colville @the_young_fdn If I ask my friends what they know of Swansea, the beautiful coastal town of South Wales,... Find out more
The Young Foundation is working with Innovate York on GeniUS! Open – an approach which aims to revolutionise the way citizens and local organisations can propose ideas to solve social, economic and environmental problems in their city. GeniUS! was developed by Science City York and City of York Council. It is now being piloted with... Find out more
Nicola Bacon and Saffron Woodcraft set out why it matters that we pay more attention to the way that individuals and communities are shaping their cities, and why this is the focus of the first publication from the Social Life of Cities collaborative, ten stories of urban innovation from cities across the world. What is... Find out more