Vicky Browning, Chief Executive of ACEVO, the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, reflects on change, how hard it is and how hard we must work to change ourselves.
Heather Buckingham, Director of Research and Policy at the Church Urban Fund, shares her thoughts on working to heal the divides in our society.
Dan Corry of NPC critically reflects on the Civil Society Futures PACT and how we might achieve real change and impact.
Stephen Hale, Chief Executive of Refugee Action, reflects on how we can act to shape the world around us.
What about a social infrastructure strategy for the future? To bring about a society which connects us better, humanises the way we do things, allows more people to take control of the things that matter most to them.
Carol, Chief Executive of the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF), reflects on a profound crisis of listening, and what the Inquiry findings might mean for the funding ecosystem.
Bob Thust and Esther Foreman on how power, accountability, connection and trust resonate. They are the fundamental building blocks that will allow us to rise to the many challenges we face and we all have a responsibility to act.
Alison Inman, President of the Chartered Institute of Housing 2017/8, reflects on kindness and power in the housing sector.
The Chief Executive of the Scouts welcomes Civil Society Futures as a blueprint for the sector’s reinvention and reappraisal. But it’s how we make connections, galvanise our supporters and most importantly think bolder, that will make the real difference.
Forum for the Future has been facilitating the Civil Society Futures inquiry for the past two years, trying to work out a thriving future for ‘civil society’ — that broad swathe of everything we do for good, from charities to churches, social enterprises to social media-fuelled movements like #metoo. It’s been an extraordinary process to …