Chatting to people in the street isn’t scientific. But it does give you a sense of something. It does allow you to get a bit of a feel for how particular kinds of people in specific sorts of places talk about things. It permits a glimpse of the light from some of the fractures in …
Debu Purkayastha, a venture capitalist and Managing Partner at 3rd Eye, a Venture Capital and Private Equity firm investing globally in the technology, media and telecoms sectors. You can follow him on Twitter at @debusultan.
Steve Wyler, an independent consultant with 30 years experience in the field of social change. He is a former Chief Executive of Locality. Follow him on Twitter at @Steve_wyler.
Rhiannon White, co-founder of Common Wealth Theatre, who make site-specific, political and contemporary theatre. Follow her on Twitter at @rhi_annon1584.
Dhananjayan Sivaguru (“Danny“) Sriskandarajah, the Secretary General of CIVICUS, a global alliance of civil society organisations.
Bert Massie was a leading disability rights campaigner. He served on our panel before he sadly died in October 2017.
Sarah Gordon, business editor of the Financial Times. Follow her on Twitter at @sarahgor.
Asif Afridi, from brap, a national equality and human rights charity that is transforming the way we think and do equality. You can follow brap on twitter at @braphumanrights.
Carolyn Wilkins, Chief Executive of Oldham Council. Follow her on Twitter at @CWilkinsOldham.
Projecting into next week is almost impossible. Doing so for the next decade is even harder. But when the Civil Society Futures team gathered for our first away days in Birmingham, we brainstormed some of the trends which we think are likely to unfold in the next ten years. Update: Go to our newly updated …