Reports and research
20 January 2022 | Authors:
A report designed and created by young people on the Kickstart scheme, exploring experiences of financial literacy.
26 November 2021 | Authors:
Reports designed and created by young people on the Kickstart scheme, exploring experiences of employment among LGBTQ+ young people, and those with ADHD.
18 October 2021 | Authors: Jana Tauschinski, Richard Harries, Zoë Wilkins,
Co-designed and co-created with Londoners, the Civic Strength Index helps boroughs and organisations across the capital consider the strengths of their communities and how build on them.
3 September 2021 | Authors: Ajeet Jugnauth,
The Young Foundation partnered with education charity SHINE, to support the delivery of their annual Let Teachers SHINE programme. SHINE provides funding to some of the brightest minds in teaching in England, helping them to develop and deliver new approaches to teaching that raise educational attainment for children from low-income homes.
1 September 2021 | Authors: Alice Bell, Victoria Boelman,
The first comprehensive survey of the views and experiences of UK social researchers on issues of diversity and inclusion within the sector.
7 June 2021 | Authors: Victoria Boelman,
We were delighted to have worked with The Wales Centre for Public Policy to undertake a rapid scan and synthesis of the evidence which has emerged over the last year on the relationship between volunteering (both formal and informal), and
7 April 2021 | Authors:
The Institute of Community Studies is delighted to have contributed to The British Academy’s timely evidence review to understand the long-term societal impacts of COVID-19. It makes sobering reading for any who thought the end of the pandemic would see
22 January 2021 | Authors: Isabel Young, Zoë Wilkins,
Amplify Youth was a programme funded by Credit Suisse and delivered by The Young Foundation. We worked with young people aged 16-25 in challenging areas of East London, Dublin and Belfast. Our aim was to tackle the structural inequality experienced
24 December 2020 | Authors: Isabel Young, Zoë Wilkins,
The Tower Hamlets Communities Driving Change (CDC) programme was a new way of supporting communities to thrive, in a borough where health inequalities are rife. It imagined a new type of relationship between institutions and residents, and a change to
23 December 2020 | Authors: Isabel Young, Zoë Wilkins,
The Tower Hamlets Communities Driving Change (CDC) programme supported residents to take action for improved health and wellbeing in their communities. It involved hearing about the issues which matter to them, co-designing and developing grassroots solutions, and connecting them with
21 December 2020 | Authors: Isabel Young, Nasima Begum, Zain Ali, Zoë Wilkins,
In the summer of 2020, the Tower Hamlets Communities Driving Change (CDC) team at The Young Foundation came together with FutureGov to understand how communities were responding to the public health challenge of Covid-19. We explored how we could work
Navigating uncertainty and remaining resilient: the experience of community businesses during Covid-19
10 December 2020 | Authors: Eve Avdoulos, Victoria Boelman, Zoë Wilkins,
Funded by Power to Change, this Community Businesses and COVID-19 report explores the impacts of Covid-19 on community businesses in England and the ways they adapted in response. Community businesses provide support to communities all over the country. They are