Civil society and social cohesion

Social cohesion has been a focus of discussion for our Policy Leaders Fellows and a major theme at our annual conference in 2017.

Civil Society

Do conspiracy theories undermine democracy?

Last month we hosted a roundtable discussion in Cambridge for our Policy Leaders Fellows which explored the relationship between conspiracy, democracy and trust.

Civil Society

Harnessing the potential of social movements, and generating impact at scale

A Policy Workshop held in collaboratioin with Friends of the Earth, the Nesta Health Lab and the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, brought together a wide range of ...

Local Government

The benefits and challenges of devolution in the UK

The promise of local governance is to bring politics closer to the people; making it more accountable to the local community. At a recent CSaP event, Policy Fellow ...

Civil Society

Social cohesion, commitment and trust

Chaired by Julia Unwin, former Chief Executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, panel members included Tom Hook, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, Professor Dominic Abrams, University of ...

@Civsocfutures

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@Civsocfutures

@JimOnCities I think this piece from @StrongTowns is worth a read on public engagement. When done just for the sake… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Civil Society

Can multilingualism help address the key issues of our time?

A project on multilingualism will aim to show the importance of modern European languages, UK indigenous languages and emerging community languages in areas like social cohesion, cultural awareness, ...