‘He was a do-er; he got his hands dirty to make changes for the better’
Kate Hainsworth shares what the spirit of Michael Young means to her
Our new report warns existing net zero transition policies risk making the poor poorer, and push struggling communities further into deprivation and exclusion.
What do communities need? Leonie Taylor reflects on the realities of engaging local people in planning strategies and highlights the importance of peer research as a driver for change.
Darryn Frost QGM says the Community Knowledge Fund grant awarded to his organisation was a catalyst for positive change, ensuring prison-leavers are seen, heard and housed.
Reflecting on the Community Ownership Commission’s report, Helen Goulden says local people have huge ambition to create great places to live, work and thrive – and so should any government.
Embracing the spirit of our founder, Michael Young, our five-year strategy, The Power of Participation, shares our vision to redesign the social contract between people, communities, state and business and shape a fairer, greener future.
We launch our new five-year strategy at a time of great challenge and division, says our CEO, Helen Goulden – and everyone in the UK should experience the power of participation to affect meaningful change
Discontent can be a powerful force for good, if we choose to participate in generating new solutions, says Helen Goulden.
The Young Foundation Trustee, Mike Omoniyi, explains what being ‘Forever Young’ means to him.
Sharing her experiences, Annais Naylor Guerrero says fixing youth violence means urgently addressing mistrust in our broken system.