Dawn Austwick, Chief Executive of the Big Lottery Fund, discusses the similarities between current thinking at the Big Lottery Fund and the Civil Society Futures PACT
Matthew Reed, CEO @Childrensociety & CEO designate @MarieCurieUK, reflects on the change ahead required to lead and renew civil society.
Dan Corry of NPC critically reflects on the Civil Society Futures PACT and how we might achieve real change and impact.
Over several hundred years a series of great nationwide infrastructure projects were successfully accomplished. Canals, railways and tramlines, bridges and roads and motorways, seaports and airports made travel and transport incomparably faster and easier. Hospitals and health centres and libraries and schools and colleges and universities made possible enormous advances in health and learning. Overground …
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.
Dear English Civil Society: A day ago we didn’t know each other. We came into a room, full of honesty, vulnerability and a deep desire for change. We quickly realised we were all telling the same stories from different corners of the same country. We urgently need to tell those stories, we need you to …
How to get to the world as it should be? That was the question we vowed to tackle as we kicked off the third of three Civil Society Futures workshops on local decision making in the North East.
We believe that in the long run we cannot eliminate poverty and social injustice without challenging malevolent power structures.