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Amplify: Voices and actions in places

Print date: April 2018 Item type: Publication

Print date: April 2018

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.

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Stories of Inequality and Action

Print date: December 2017 Item type: Publication

Print date: December 2017

This report covers some highlights of our work from 2014-2017 when we made a strategic decision to focus on inequalities and direct all our work to challenging it. Inside you will find 10 stories of inequality and the programmes we have put in place to tackle these issues. They provide a snapshot of some of… → Read More

A Review of the Private Rented Sector in England: Vulnerability and Innovation

Print date: August 2017 Item type: Publication

Authors: Amanda Hill-Dixon, Will Jamieson

Print date: August 2017

Authors: Amanda Hill-Dixon, Will Jamieson

This review provides an overview of the private rented sector (PRS) in England, outlining some of the vulnerabilities, compounded and created by it, and the vulnerable groups within the PRS who are most at risk. It also explores some of the barriers and enablers to innovation in the PRS to inform our new Reimagining Rent programme.

Social innovation policy in Europe: where next?

Print date: December 2016 Item type: Publication

Authors: , Madeleine Gabriel (Nesta), Sophie Reynolds (Nesta)

Print date: December 2016

Authors: , Madeleine Gabriel (Nesta), Sophie Reynolds (Nesta)

Innovation is far too important to be left to scientists and technologists. It is also far too important to be left to economists or social scientists. – Chris Freeman The global challenges we face are resistant to conventional policy measures. Tackling issues like inequality, climate change and migration requires new thinking, new collaborations and new… → Read More

Credit where credit’s due?

Print date: May 2016 Item type: Publication

Authors: , , Victoria Boelman

Print date: May 2016

Authors: , , Victoria Boelman

Over 12 million people in the UK do not have access to affordable credit. An estimated 16.8 per cent are over-indebted. In Wales, the proportion is higher in every single local authority area with three among the UK’s top 10 most over-indebted localities. This report by The Young Foundation calls for real change to address this… → Read More

The Sky’s The Limit

Author: Ceri Goddard

Author: Ceri Goddard

New Gender Futures report on what is genders lens investing, how it generates financial return and advances gender equality and what needs to happen to build the field in the UK.