Meet the 2016 cohort.Find out more
The Young Foundation welcomes contributions from many sectors and standpoints - views expressed here are not necessarily held by The Young Foundation.
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
Great to talk about YF work, and particularly with the start of the work of Amplify Cymru in Port Talbot.Find out more
Read more about the good work we're doing in Northern Ireland.Find out more
Glenys Thornton, CEO of The Young Foundation, was on the Today programme on 28 December 2015.Find out more
The Department of Social Development have funded the Young Foundation to support innovations which have already started to make an impact in order to help them scale.Find out more
Thank you Leeds for sharing with us your experiences and the challenges that you face.Find out more
How can we come together as a community to tackle inequality? And how can we make our shared hopes a reality?Find out more
A blog from Gorka Espiau, Director of Innovation for Cities and Regions.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
Improving service delivery is important. We believe that whenever possible, it should be co-designed with practitioners and users – just as the model for integrated care in Islington is being. To realise the full potential of improvements to services, it is crucial that people delivering and using it understand and feel comfortable with the changes. That’s why The Young... Find out more