Sustainability & Social Justice
We need to find new ways to live in harmony with each other and with our planet.
How the Eight Steps Help
Pete Richmond explored, with colleagues on Tyneside, how Manavodaya's Eight Steps of Action help to promote appropriate facilitation
The Systems View of Life
'With nature as our mentor, another world is possible' David Towell reviews The Systems View of Life.
Local Area Coordination Evaluation Isle of Wight
This six month formative evaluation outlines the work carried out to plan, implement and evaluate Local Area Coordination on the Isle of Wight.
Heading Upstream: Deinstitutionalisation & Public Service Reform
Simon Duffy explores the challenge of moving solutions upstream and away from the institutionalised solutions into which resources are locked.
Cities for a Small Continent
David Towell reviews this detailed study of seven cities that have experienced major decline, recovery and new challenges in the age of austerity.
Raising Our Game
David Towell shares ideas on the strategies we might need to build a future in which we live in harmony with ourselves, each other and the natural world.
Educación Para Un Mañana Mejor
Esta es la versión actualizada del folleto más reciente en la serie de folletos producida por David Towell y sus colegas latinoamericanos.
Trabajar en Red Para Lograr el Cambio Social
David Towell y Heidy Araque reflexionan sobre la experiencia de la red inclusiva basada en ciudad Colombiana de Bucaramanga.
Caring for Older People is Not a Wicked Problem
Sarah Taylor explains why ageing and the 'problems' associated with care for older people are not so much 'wicked problems' but functions of faulty thinking.
Camden and Co-production
David Towell has been reading how local authorities can put outcomes and co-production at the heart of the commissioning process.
Insights from ABCD
David Towell finds much can be gained from exploring the rich strand of often very local work associated with Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD).
Kent Vegan Festival
In October 2015, 1,500 people took part in the very first Kent Vegan Festival in Canterbury, Jo Kidd shares what happened on the day.