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Reflections on Reimagining Rent: 1 year on

One year on from starting Reimagining Rent, we caught up with Maria Morgan from Kineara to find out about their progress since leaving our first cohort of participants, and how the programme has helped them develop their Rent Support Programme (RSP+), a new and upcoming venture aiming to reduce evictions for vulnerable tenants in the... Find out more

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Housing Innovation Bootcamp

21 January 2019

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The Young Foundation, 18 Victoria Park Square, London E2 9PF

For Social Entrepreneurs innovating in housing, The Young Foundation’s Housing Innovation Bootcamp provides accelerated impact through teaching best practice, offering expert advice and professional networking. Do you want to improve access to housing? Do you want help to develop an idea that reduces housing inequality?Do you have:• A great idea to make housing fairer? •... Find out more

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What has merit?

To coincide with the University of Nottingham’s debate about the state of meritocracy in contemporary Britain (24 October 2018), CEO Helen Goulden share her thoughts and asks what has merit?

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Kwame Anthony Appiah
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The Red Baron

In moving toward the meritocratic ideal, we have imagined that we have retired the old encrustations of inherited hierarchies. As the sociologist Michael Young knew, that’s not the real story.

- writes Kwame Anthony Appiah in 'The Red Baron' for The New York Review of Books.

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RT @invisiblebrit: Join us for a unique Invisible Britain event @britishlibrary in London on Tue 29 Jan. We’ll be screening short films and…

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