To address inequalities we must recognise how they play out in different places, and not shy away from tough questions about local identities while empowering citizens to drive inclusive change.
Assistant Researcher, Public Services and Communities
With a new emphasis on 'place-making' rather than top-down regeneration, there is an important role for local museums in empowering their communities to drive the social change needed in their places.
A project demonstrating how citizens have valuable skills, community-specific knowledge and personal experiences which they can utilise to drive positive change for better health in their communities.
UK care homes are facing a crisis of negative public opinion, inadequate funding and staffing shortages. But our society’s aspirations for what makes a good care home need to go beyond upholding the status quo.
Rural areas may often appear idyllic, but they also face a range of complex social and economic challenges of their own.
Theresa May’s £2billion for social housing won’t solve the problem of soaring hidden homelessness among young people.