Community needs & priorities
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Publication 22 September 2022
Assessing opportunities and potential to develop policy that supports our national journey to net zero, enabling all UK communities to participate and thrive.
‘If the research sector is to truly reflect our diverse communities, we need new forms of partnerships’
Blog 20 July 2022
Tom Saunders and Emily Morrison stress the need for more equitable and sustainable models of community engagement in research
Publication 20 July 2022
This report focuses on how the research and innovation (R&I) system can more equitably involve community groups and organisations with less power or representation.
News 15 July 2022
We’re supporting a new £2m programme, helping people across England’s capital city access employment and skills.
Blog 13 June 2022
Today, local leaders from around the UK descend on Parliament to call for a Community Power Act. Our CEO Helen Goulden welcomes engagement with communities that increases both equality and equity.
News 13 June 2022
As research highlights the lasting power of community action, we join MPs and campaigners in Parliament to call for legislative change
Publication 13 June 2022
This proposal, supported by The Young Foundation, outlines new laws aim that could fundamentally change where power lies in this country.
Publication 13 June 2022
This paper explores the potential to develop digital civic infrastructure to support our national growth and drive levelling up.
Publication 14 February 2022
Our report addresses the ‘missions’ of the government’s Levelling Up White Paper and proposes action to work ‘radically differently’ by involving local people and communities to drive meaningful change.
News 9 February 2022
A new report by The Young Foundation’s Chief Executive, Helen Goulden, explores the role and value of community leadership – and suggests what’s needed to support it.
Publication 30 January 2009
This interim report warns of the hidden psychological dangers of the recession – unmet psychological needs. Much publicity surrounds the economic costs of the recession but these unmet psychological needs, such as loneliness, stress, frustration, feeling out of control, helpless,
Publication 12 June 2006
We were asked to look at needs in Britain by The Commission on Unclaimed Assets and give a rough assessment of the most pressing unmet needs of 60 million people, urban and rural, marginalised and empowered, rich and poor. Our
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