Realising Ambition is delighted to announce the launch of its second insight paper on how to create a richer evidential tapestry.
A fascinating look at a public but often overlooked resource – the humble bench.
This summary reports the results of an independent community engagement and research study carried out as part of a Needs Assessment for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups within West Sussex. The work was delivered by The Young Foundation, using a participatory approach with community researchers. Over 100 people from BAME communities were engaged… → Read More
Read our new report on social investment.
The U believe that each of us can be part of safer, healthier and happier communities.
Learn more about gender inequality research in the UK through our new publication.
This report sets out the results of a pilot study conducted on behalf of Barnet Borough Council to map out community organisations in Golders Green.
The Realising Ambition programme has published a new infographic exploring the why, the how and the who of evidence and replication.
The GeniUS! Open Final Report (June, 2015) has just been published with contributions from Tricia Hackett.
Realising Ambition is delighted to announce the launch of its first insight paper on defining success in replicating effective services for children and young people.