28 September 2020
Over the last three to four years we have collectively been increasingly focused on place; both as a way of framing the inherent complexity and interconnectedness of today’s social challenges but also because of the huge inequalities which exist across and within different regions across the UK.
25 September 2020 | Authors: Lydia Ragoonanan,
At the third and final Inclusive Economy Partnership BOOST engagement event last week we heard something quite magical from the range of leaders who spoke.
27 August 2020 | Authors: Sarah Faber,
In 2019 the Education Policy Institute shared its fears that the reduction in the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers was close to flattening out and that the gap might start to increase again.
30 June 2020 | Authors: Emily Morrison,
Safety in numbers? sets out the questions that matter to communities, as told to us and prioritised by over three thousand people across the UK. This agenda is the result of a nationally representative process of research and co-creation, which listened
3 June 2020 | Authors: Eve Avdoulos,
As an organisation working to strengthen communities across the UK, what we are seeing taking place in the United States is deeply upsetting and unsettling.
22 May 2020 | Authors: Helen Goulden,
In partnership with Battersea Arts Centre and with generous support from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, we’re pleased to be launching the Co-Creating Change Accelerator.
7 May 2020 | Authors: Franca Roeschert, Jana Tauschinski,
With the lockdown exit strategy due to be announced by the Government on Sunday, we were curious to find out what UK residents think is the best way to lift lockdown
3 May 2020 | Authors: Franca Roeschert,
The speed of Covid-19 spreading across the country and impact on UK society has turned our lives upside down.
29 April 2020 | Authors: Helen Goulden,
There is an increasingly vocal common hope that in amongst the pain for those who experience illness and loss through Covid-19 and all the associated long-term social, health and economic impacts of lockdown, we will come out of this with a renewed sense of community.
6 April 2020 | Authors: Eve Avdoulos, Tatevik Sargsyan,
To say that these times are unprecedented would be an understatement. Within the span of one week, our entire country, and nearly a quarter of the globe, has immediately needed to adapt to new ways of working, new ways of operating and new ways of communicating with colleagues, friends and families.