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?
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.
This award gives quarter of a million dollars, no strings attached, to people being extraordinarily disobedient for the benefit of society. What could we learn?
Funding... too often tightly controlled by a cautious, privileged few? Edge Fund is a grant-making body with a difference.
One of the key principles within community organising is moving from problem to solution. Working out our asks is a fundamental step to negotiating and bringing about change.
We’re losing space; the spaces where we used to come together to talk, to dance, to debate, to play, to make love, to form new ideas about the world.
From being a Scouser to life after Brexit, what are young people in Liverpool's hopes and fears?
The Windrush scandal has pushed Britain’s harsh immigration policies into the limelight, forcing one ministerial resignation and an apology from the government. But people who have lived and worked hard in Britain for many years are still losing their jobs, homes, being denied NHS treatment - who are the people fighting for the rights of migrants?
How can local communities have more control over the decisions currently made on their behalf? The first of three workshops.