Did you see the Civil Society Futures PACT and wonder “what can I do now?” Here are some suggestions for things you could do or ask your organisation.
In all we do at the Polish Centre Shrewsbury, we believe that understanding our neighbours is a key to build better communities. But now with shadow of Brexit there is uncertainty about our own future in country which we called ‘home’.
Where do young people feel a sense of belonging? What are their hopes and fears for the future? We wanted to find out, so we spoke to Voices That Shake! to hear directly from young people. “I’ve stopped using the phrase ‘children are the future’, because that means you’ve kept today for yourself. They’re the …
openDemocracy is currently reassessing our entire organisational structure, looking at everything from who owns us to our staff pay scales to recruitment policies.
The PACT challenge to civil society on best practice and behaviours has come at just the right time for me and for Citizens UK. Two months into my role as Executive Director, I’m on a mission to figure out how – in my own leadership and in the culture and strategy of the organisation – …
At our final launch event, performers took people on a journey through their food history - exploring issues of power, accountability, connection and trust through different senses.
As well as trying to build the power of queer Muslims in London, the group seeks to embody its ideals of inclusion in its own internal practices, developing and sharing power among their members – often based on ancient Islamic traditions.
Artist Rebecca Strickson has created a response to the civil society PACT through four beautiful banners that bring it, and people’s voices, to life.
We invited civil society leaders to share their responses to the final inquiry findings and the PACT, inviting personal and honest reflections. What did they say?
The Chief Executive of Local Trust on how overcoming challenges in delivering improvements to shared community resources happens better when the conversation begins at the local shop or the school gate.