CEO, Baroness Glenys Thornton, outlines our new community initiative to tackle inequality in Wales.Find out more
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Michael Young and Peter Willmott.
Family and Kinship in East London, 1957
The Young Foundation’s CEO Glenys Thornton discusses high cost credit in Wales.Find out more
Our Amplify projects are highlighted in a new report by Big Lottery Fund.Find out more
Read the guest blog by Cliff Prior from Big Society Capital.Find out more
How to better harness social innovation ideas and methods to advance gender equality—and vice versaFind out more
Thank you Leeds for sharing with us your experiences and the challenges that you face.Find 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
For a large swathe of the Welsh population on low incomes, the economic recovery could be marred by an historic overhang of debt. Overall UK consumer debt trebled in value from 1993 to 2013 reaching £158 billion. This has left many in poverty facing high debt repayments and uncertainty as interest rates are set to start... Find out more
Hannah, a research assistant at the Young Foundation, is about to run her first London Marathon. For the past few weeks she’s been waking up at 7am on a Saturday to the prospect of a 20-mile practice run. Quite frankly, the details I’ve heard over lunch about her punishing training schedule are enough to make... Find out more
Recently, J.K. Rowling broke many of her young fans’ hearts when she revealed that she didn’t believe her characters Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger to be ideally suited to one another. There were tears, and numerous outraged articles written telling the author to keep her revisionist opinions to herself – for these readers, the final book... Find out more