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‘Vital and timely’ net zero policy research

News 14 April 2023

Funding from the British Academy will drive a six-month project exploring place-sensitive participatory policy development for a ‘just transition’ to net zero.

‘I know first-hand that immigrants can feel alienated in their own home’

Blog 13 April 2023

Kickstart peer researcher Christina Riddle shares thoughts on – and research into – the experiences of immigrants in the UK.

Immigration Kickstart report

Publication 13 April 2023

This report explores the experiences of first and second generation immigrant British populations, and has been developed and devised by a group of young Kickstart peer research recruits.

The Community Tune-In

Songs tell stories, bring people together, create special memories and share culture and traditions. This project celebrates the UK’s diverse communities through music.  

Philip Mullen

Person 11 April 2023

Previously a Research Manager for Revolving Doors and Toynbee Hall, Philip is passionate about using research to address health inequalities and social justice. Managing peer research projects, he has supported diverse groups of people to co-design, conduct, analyse and present timely and ethical research to achieve real-world policy impact.

‘Young people experience violence daily – and our ideas for change will save lives’ 

Blog 4 April 2023

Sharing her experiences, Annais Naylor Guerrero says fixing youth violence means urgently addressing mistrust in our broken system.

Community and Policymaking in Context: challenges in community-based policymaking

20 April 2023
11:00am – 12:00pm

Join us for this discussion session, where we’ll be asking: what does it mean to involve communities more directly in policymaking, and what kinds of challenges do advocates and practitioners face in doing so?

Five ways a community-centred policy agenda could take us to a fairer future

Publication 31 March 2023

This paper was submitted to the Labour Party’s National Policy Forum (NPF) Consultation in March 2023 on the topic of empowered communities.

‘A conversation not a concept’  

Blog 30 March 2023

Siân Whyte shares three ways to ensure the 15-minute neighbourhood concept is location-specific, and works for both residents and councils.

Songs of Inclusion: Open House events

12 April 2023 – 14 April 2023
1:00pm – 8:00pm

Do you live, work, or participate in a music group or choir based in Tower Hamlets? Is music central to your family, community, or identity? Join our Open House events to share songs that matter to you, and help shape a music event.

‘You can have more of an open, honest conversation’

Blog 28 March 2023

Showing the value of peer research through work in the East Midlands town of Corby, created as part of the European Uplift Youth programme.

Life within easy reach

Blog 22 March 2023

A webinar hosted by the TCPA, sharing insights from Waltham Forest Council and The Young Foundation, exploring the ’15-Minute Neighbourhood’ concept. 

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