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Funding from the British Academy will drive a six-month project exploring place-sensitive participatory policy development for a ‘just transition’ to net zero.
Project with UKRI brings £4m for Community Research Networks.
Our Associate Director welcomes “real weight given to wellbeing and pride in place”.
Project to develop a Group Theory of Change supports CUF’s broader ambition to understand ‘what works’ for hyperlocal faith-based social action.
A collaborative project, funded by the British Academy and Power to Change, and led by the Institute for Community Studies and the Bennett Institute for Public Policy.
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The independent review calls for widespread participation in low-carbon living – yet government policy hasn’t changed, says Samanthi Theminimulle.
Emily Morrison highlights the ‘triple injustice’ in knowledge and evidence, gender identity, and social policy that perpetuates health inequity.
Young people need ‘pragmatic and solution-orientated design-thinking’ as they develop skills, knowledge and behaviour on their Civic Journeys, says Professor Matt Flinders
An ambitious, three-year programme will support universities to maximise their local social and economic impact.
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What opportunities and barriers do people aged 16 to 30 face? These short participatory research films are made by, and representative of, young people around the UK.
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.
This panel event explored what we have learned about supporting community businesses.
Emily Morrison discusses new research from Institute for Community Studies on the Third Sector podcast.
Catch up on this roundtable that brought together policymakers, community business leaders, researchers and sector experts to explore how asset ownership encourages communities to become more effective stewards in their places.