Sustainability & Social Justice
We need to find new ways to live in harmony with each other and with our planet.
Cities for All - Ciudades Para Todos
Ciudades Para Todos (Cities For All) is the Spanish langage version of Building A Better Future Through Civic Partnership.
Raising Our Game
Following the General Election, David Towell hosted a discussion on future promising opportunities and strategies for building more sustainable and inclusive communities.
Is Work Good?
Simon Duffy reflects on the nature of work and whether it is always a good thing.
Abbot's Mill Project
Jo Kidd describes the Abbot's Mill Project, an initiative that combines a commitment to sustainability and social justice.
The Frugal Innovator
David Towell reviews a new book exploring how frugal innovators are finding radical solutions to pressing challenges using 4 design principles: lean, simple, clean and social.
David Towell examines how citizen groups and local authority leaderships can work together to create the civic partnerships required to deliver local change.
David Towell describes a great innovation that provides employment for disabled people whilst supporting sustainability and social justice.
Networking for Social Change
David Towell and Heidy Araque reflect on the inclusion network (la red inclusiva) based in the North East Colombian city of Bucaramanga.
Education For A Better Tomorrow
In this important paper Heidy Araque and David Towell explore the relationship between the education system and the emerging challenges of the 21st Century.
Building Community with Beth Mount
This film made by Open Future Learning explores the value of finding out about our local communities in order to create the opportunities for rich and meaningful lives.
Building Community for the Great Transition
In this paper David Towell explores how we can begin to build communities which are sustainable and inclusive.
Local Area Coordination
Local Area Coordination is an innovation from Western Australia which strengthens people's connections in community.