On Tuesday 18 September, we’ll be talking myths and stories with Alex Evans, author of The Myth Gap.
Are you interested in exploring or further developing crowdfunding actions for your work in an inspiring, peer-to-peer learning environment? Join this free, four-part social learning relay.
Join The Young Foundation and FEANTSA for this webinar on creative approaches tackling barriers to affordable housing.
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.
Following pivotal ESRC funded research by Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU): University of Sussex, on Technical Change, Employment and Inequality, The Young Foundation, in collaboration with SPRU, is hosting a policy workshop to explore implications of these findings on policy and practice.
Join The Young Foundation and Ideas for Change for an informal introduction to ethnographic, participatory and peer research methods and share your experiences and stories of ways to support communities’ voices. If you want to share your own experience or are looking for new ways to engage with the people you work with that aren’t top… → Read More
Cities and regions are among the most fertile contexts for social innovation and experimentation. Many important themes such as collaborative citizenship and collaborative institutions, smart and participatory planning and budgeting have all converged at the city and regional level. Furthermore, cities and regions in Europe have been actively looking for new ways to engage and work… → Read More
The Young Foundation is opening its doors to author and journalist, James Bloodworth to discuss his new book ‘Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain’. In conversation with our CEO, Helen Goulden, we’ll hear about his experiences living and working across Britain, working in a range of low-paid, insecure jobs and discovering the anxieties… → Read More
An innovative learning opportunity organised by SIC, the Social Innovation Relay combines a full day training on experimentation, with an online learning ‘relay’ (‘the act of passing something along’) consisting of four rounds of one week, in which participants crowdsource input for each others learning questions.