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.
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.
Earlier this year, leading disability charity Scope announced a radical new strategy that would mean enormous change for the organisation. Here the charity’s chief executive talks through the plans for this transformation: how they got here, where they’re going, how they’ll do it, and why it matters.
Civil society funder Lankelly Chase is in "a continual process" of change, trying to be aware of power in their organisation and shift it down from Board level. How are they handling it?
Community Land Trusts (CLTs) ensure local people can continue living in their communities and enable them to play a leading role in shaping the places they call home.
The Equal Care Co-op is a new care and support co-operative starting in the Upper Calder Valley, aiming to give real voice and power to the people who give and receive support.
Local people came together to tackle rising levels of youth violence in Peckham - how did they do it? And what happened when young people themselves were excluded from the process?
This library in Sunderland was slated for closure... till volunteers like this stepped in.