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’.
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.
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.
Over the past four months, people from across the local community have been coming together to create a Befriending Service for Mansfield.
Alone and a very, very long way from home – how is this local community group in South Shields welcoming refugees and asylum seekers?
“Am I going to let the world go to rack and ruin or am I going to change things around me?” What is this residents association in Sunderland doing?
We’re having different conversations about immigration, race and community. They are successful, and fun, and they could change the world.
One of the common civic actions is to take part in events and discussions. How often is it incumbent for the disabled participant to ensure that his/her/their participation is possible?
It is important that we manage to retain the balance between civil society in response to need, and civil society for fun: civil society is not only good for society, but also good for the people who take part.