We need rich and diverse communities, places where we can belong and contribute, in order to have lives of meaning.
Yes We Can
It's important to work together on a global and local level so that we can find ‘win, win’ strategies and strengthen our capacity for radical change.
A Rural Parish Initiative
Bob Rhodes describes how his parish, Ruspidge & Soudley Parish Council, is exploring the use of a community worker to better understand the true needs of its community.
Kent Vegan Festival
The ethos behind the Kent Vegan Festival is to raise awareness about veganism as a compassionate, holistic, healthy and intrinsically non-violent way of life.
Is Brexit an Opportunity to Sort Out Social Care?
Bob Rhodes argues that Brexit offers at least one silver-lining, the chance to end the procurement rules which have undermined social care for the last 25 years.
Small Sparks Grants Programme
Bob Rhodes outlines how Small Sparks grants can work at the level of the parish as he sets out the framework published by Ruspidge and Soudley Parish Council.
Common Threads: Changing Stories - Stories of Change
John O'Brien shares his reflections on the practice of Independent Facilitation following a conference organised by The Ontario Independent Facilitation Network.
Fighting for Inclusion or Building Community?
Tim Keilty describes how New Prospects have shifted their attention from advocacy for inclusion towards building community - and the results are encouraging.
Citizenship and Community
Rowena Hallé shares Jim's story, arguing that we must support every person to share their gifts and value everyone as equal citizens.
Derbyshire Unemployed Workers' Centres
Part of a larger network of TUC Unemployed Workers' Centres, this is Derbyshire's Annual Report for 2016.
The Systems View of Life
'With nature as our mentor, another world is possible' David Towell reviews The Systems View of Life.
The TAP Story
Daniel Cashman of The TAP describes how a small bunch of freedom fighters came together to break down walls and forge a lively community.
Claire Bates is starting a campaign to share what people with disabilities think makes for both good and poor support around relationships.