This review provides an overview of the private rented sector (PRS) in England, outlining some of the vulnerabilities, compounded and created by it, and the vulnerable groups within the PRS who are most at risk. It also explores some of the barriers and enablers to innovation in the PRS to inform our new Reimagining Rent programme.
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In spite of recent overall advancements in our society’s health and wellbeing, we are experiencing a crisis of major health disparities driven by growing inequalities. Experts recognize that while the NHS has much to be celebrated, its design is not well suited to addressing these complex issues. The medical model defines health pathogenically, by referencing… → Read More
The Young Academy, The Young Foundation’s innovation programme tackling educational inequalities has announced investments totalling over £200,000 in three ventures it has incubated.
Join us for the launch of #refugeeswelcome in parks at The Young Foundation on Tuesday 5th December 12.30-2.30pm. #refugeeswelcome in parks is a research project working to raise awareness of the benefits of spending time in green space as one means of improving refugee and asylum seekers wellbeing and social connections. At this event, we will… → Read More
Our CEO Helen Goulden blogs on a Tale of Two Cities, our new research on the importance of communities being given ‘permission to act’ to tackle the sharp effects of a range of inequalities.
Researcher, Suzy Solley, highlights the potential parks have to improve the wellbeing, and support the integration of refugees and asylum seekers and draws attention to the existing barriers in accessing green space and what we may do to address them.