This paper rounds up the work of the London Collaborative from May 2009: it includes three innovations methods, each introduced to the London Leadership Network and explored through a practical project targeting a pressing social need. The paper outlines: Highlights from the three projects for Leadership Network members; Reflections on what worked; and Where next?- wider lessons for London’s public sector and its innovation capacity.
Innovation and ideas development – a summary
Find out more about Michael Young’s legacy and the important work carried out by the institutions he founded over the years.
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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.
Drawing on East Birmingham residents’ lived experiences, this report offers policy recommendations for healthy food systems.
Commissioned by the Mayor of London, this report explores the needs of people accessing skills and employment services.
Commissioned by the Mayor of London and supported by FLEX, this report hears from London’s migrant workers, gaining a deeper understanding of their working conditions and the struggles they face through peer-led research.
Dan Farag, Director of Innovation and Practice, say meaningful solutions are led by people who’ve experienced challenges first hand.