3 January 2023 | Authors: Jessica Redmond, Emily Morrison,
Hearing from young people around the UK, this short film reflects on their civic journeys to becoming active citizens – and explores the change that’s needed to increase engagement.
5 December 2022
Advisory Board member Page Nyame-Satterthwaite reflects on her recent visit to Parliament to discuss the youth-led Civic Journey programme.
29 November 2022
This panel event explored what we have learned about supporting community businesses.
31 October 2022
Dr Helena Hollis says support structures can be developed to build participatory research capacities for the future.
19 October 2022 | Authors: Helen Goulden OBE,
Previewing our upcoming report, Helen Goulden looks for the ‘S’ in ESG – and asks if political and economic turbulence could knock it into the long grass?
5 October 2022 | Authors: Zoe Dibb,
Peer research can meaningfully involve communities in generating evidence – but Zoe Dibb says more must be done to evaluate quality and effectiveness.
30 September 2022
An ambitious, three-year programme will support universities to maximise their local social and economic impact.
28 September 2022
Join us at locations around the UK, where we’re screening short films made by young people exploring their civic journey At the Institute for Community Studies, we have been working across the UK to support young people aged 16 to
27 September 2022 | Authors: Helen Goulden OBE,
At the Labour Party’s annual conference, we asked how we can help the UK’s most vulnerable families participate in a fair transition to a fairer, greener future?
27 September 2022 | Authors: Emily Morrison,
Emily Morrison discusses new research from Institute for Community Studies on the Third Sector podcast.
23 September 2022
Mark Pepper is driving climate action at Ambition Lawrence Weston, a housing estate on the outskirts of Bristol.
23 September 2022 | Authors: Helen Goulden OBE,
Helen Goulden and Tim Davies-Pugh, say a fairer, greener future is not only possible, but advantageous for UK plc.