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Ideas, as well as people, now move more freely. We have put new models, drawn from other classes and other parts of the world, before the local people, creating new aspirations and new ideas.
Michael Young and Peter Willmott.
Family and Kinship in East London, 1957
How to better harness social innovation ideas and methods to advance gender equality—and vice versaFind out more
Thank you Leeds for sharing with us your experiences and the challenges that you face.Find out more
David Robinson, Founder of Community Links and chair of the Early Action Task Force is leading a campaign to focus the next mayoral elections.Find out more
The case for a gender equal future.Find out more
Despite high levels of inequality, there is also a deep resilience and passion for creativity and ingenuity in Northern Ireland.Find out more
Calling all Social Innovators – help us to help you! We are looking for exceptional cases where Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have boosted social innovation and created better and more cost effective welfare services for citizens across Europe. If you have a case to share, we’d love to hear from you! PLEASE TAKE A... Find out more
This is an opportunity to turn the City of Turin in a laboratory for transformation addressing economic, social and democratic challenges through a system approach. It’s for the benefit of the city, but also an inspiration for Italy and the rest of Europe. Why Turin? Because this city is the mirror of our time: its... Find out more
“2015 is the tipping point for Norway. The fall of oil price combined with the recognition that climate change is going to affect the oil industry – the main source of revenue of the country – is forcing us to fundamentally reconsider our growth strategy”. This was the opening line of Per Koch, senior advisor... Find out more
What’s going on in Paris? This year over four thousand Parisians have been consulted on how to allocate twenty million Euros across fifteen projects that aim to improve the quality of life in the French capital. Anne Hidalgo, who was elected as the Mayor of Paris in April 2014, has introduced a participatory budget process... Find out more