Posts Tagged: social change

 

More experimentation please

Monica Nagore (The Young Foundation), Sophie Buchel (DRIFT) and Marie Nicole Soreville (DTI) On the 12th of November, the SIC partners – The Young Foundation, Social Innovation Lab and the Danish Technological Institute facilitated a breakout session during the SIC final event held in Seville. The aim of the session was to showcase and reflect... Find out more

 

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

 

Coventry: Perspective from a Marmot City

On Monday 12th November, our Programme Manager for Communities, Isabel Young, attended the ‘Poverty in a Marmot City’ summit in Coventry. Here, she reflects on the key findings from the conference, and how Coventry, as an example of a Marmot city, can inspire us all.   Working on the Tower Hamlets Communities Driving Change project... Find out more

 

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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For a fairer, more inclusive Europe, sign the #SIDeclaration

While industries like pharmaceuticals and automotive are good at getting decision-makers’ attention, the social innovation community – a broad movement of people and organisations innovating for public benefit – often has less influence. We want this to change. Over the past year, we have asked people working in social innovation all over Europe about how... Find out more

Kwame Anthony Appiah 

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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Creative ways to address housing exclusion

On 16 July 2018, The Young Foundation and FEANTSA (the European Federation of Homeless Organisations) hosted a webinar on ‘creative ways to address housing exclusion’. Radhika Bynon from The Young Foundation discussed Reimagining Rent, the Young Foundation’s housing innovation programme, and Freek Spinnewijn discussed FEANTSA’s The Housing Solutions Platform. The Housing Solutions Platform is a... Find out more