No Wrong Door (NWD) was set up as part of the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) mission to support Londoners into good jobs. Commissioned by the Mayor of London, this report (both the long version and the summary document) shares research from The Young Foundation, exploring the existing employment and skills support system, and seeking to better understand the diversity of needs across a range of priority groups trying to access skills and employment services across the capital.
No Wrong Door: How an integrated employment and skills system can support Londoners
Net zero transition must leave no one behind, says Emily Morrison – and our research shows how national policy can make it so
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.
We launch our new five-year strategy at a time of great challenge and division, says our CEO, Helen Goulden – and everyone in the UK should experience the power of participation to affect meaningful change
Drawing on East Birmingham residents’ lived experiences, this report offers policy recommendations for healthy food systems.
This research report was developed by The Centre for Urban Wellbeing at The University of Birmingham, in collaboration with The Young Foundation, and the University of Birmingham’s Institute for Mental Health Youth participation leads and Youth Advisory Group.
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.
Kickstart peer researcher Christina Riddle shares thoughts on – and research into – the experiences of immigrants in the UK.