A new report calls for real change to address this issue by improving access to affordable credit and providing people with the skills and confidence to make positive financial choices.
Read more about The Sky’s The Limit report by The Young Foundation and Barrow Cadbury Trust.
Stories of inequality, aspiration and action in Leeds were told by local people at the Amplify Leeds Making Waves event at Open Source Arts.
The AmplifyNI Scaling Accelerator is an innovation support programme to rapidly accelerate the growth of new solutions to social problems in Northern Ireland, funded by the Department of Social Development.
The Young Foundation marks the centennial year of the birth of its founder, Michael Young, by calling for the end of meritocracy. New CEO, Glenys Thornton (Baroness Thornton), will call on powerful elites to “loosen their grip and open their minds”.
Benches are valued as public, egalitarian and free social resource. Read more about the report now.
The Young Foundation has been awarded the money to develop the Amplify project. Amplify will bring people, groups and organisations together to tackle problems in their communities.
8-week course proven to leave people happier and more likely to help others, offered by Action for Happiness.
UNEQUAL NATION presents overwhelming research evidence not only of remaining large inequalities between women and men in the UK but also their systemic nature.
On Monday, 29 June 2015, The Young Foundation will host an event to launch Communities Can, a pilot programme funded by the Big Lottery Fund. This exciting new programme is focused on providing support to small, informal community groups in five Local Authority areas in England: Barking and Dagenham, Blackpool, Peterborough, Sunderland and Torbay. Our… → Read More