Join The Young Foundation and FEANTSA for this webinar on creative approaches tackling barriers to affordable housing.
What we do
Join us for a special policy event on Technological Change, Employment and Inequality at the House of Lords on Tuesday 26 June, 11-1pm, hosted by Baroness Glenys Thornton.
We are looking for a dynamic Data Scientist to help shape and progress our increasing interest in and work using data science methods.
The Young Foundation is looking for a dynamic head of our Northern Ireland office to lead the delivery of programmes across Northern Ireland.
Our Amplify work responds to the real, lived experiences of people and the communities in which they live. We share some of our learnings to date in this report.
Applications are now open for the second cohort of Reimagining Rent, our pioneering programme for initiatives tackling challenges in the private rented sector (PRS).
In celebration of Jo Cox’s belief that “We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us,” come along to our Great Get Together picnic at Weavers Adventure Playground, Bethnal Green.
In response to the UK Government’s Civil Society Strategy Consultation, we’ve outlined our thoughts on what the Government could do to support a stronger civil society.
The Young Foundation has launched a good-practice guide to support schools to more effectively commission innovative services, especially those which aim to tackle educational inequality.
In policy, people and communities are often portrayed as problems or statistics. Dr Hannah Green discusses how ethnography allows us to understand a richer narrative.
Heroes live among us. In literature, film, activism, politics. From Greek myths to Star Wars, our attraction to heroic endeavour is deep within every culture; deep within our psyche. It pervades most of our modern day story-telling. We demand a story with a human face. We love to journey with them through adversity; sharing in their agonies and rejoicing in their triumphs.
Basic income is an unconditional, non-withdrawable income for every citizen. Amanda Hill-Dixon explores what’s unique about the basic income research we’re currently conducting in Barcelona as part of the B-MINCOME experiment.
SIC will be sharing our process, methodology, cases and solutions from our experimentation work over the coming months. We hope it will inspire similar work throughout Europe, creating a common voice for social change. We start by sharing our methodology.