Social Fabric

Repairing the ties that bind communities together

A landmark programme to understand the changing nature of community in different parts of the UK, and explore ways to repair the social fabric of different places in meaningful and practical ways. Our Social Fabric programme is currently supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Shelter and Power to Change.

 

The Social Fabric programme is kindly supported by:
How to regenerate Britain’s less prosperous communities by helping them take back control.
Accelerating UK social investment growth.
Gareth Davies MP
The epidemic of loneliness among young people as we emerge from the pandemic – and what ministers can do about it.
Giving citizens and their communities the power and resources to shape their places and to meet the needs of their members.
A detailed understanding of how the social fabric of community is changing over time and in different parts of the UK.
Why we need a new approach to supply and demand to solve Britain’s housing problem
Oct 5
12:15-
13:15
How to turnaround left behind neighbourhoods?
Sep 15
15:30-
16:45
Event Full
Private invitation-only roundtable on how to build civic service opportunities for young people.
Jun 18
11:00-
12:00
How can civic society give young people a future after coronavirus? Held in partnership with NCS.
Oct 5
12:15-
13:15
How to turnaround left behind neighbourhoods?
Sep 15
15:30-
16:45
Event Full
Private invitation-only roundtable on how to build civic service opportunities for young people.
Jun 18
11:00-
12:00
How can civic society give young people a future after coronavirus? Held in partnership with NCS.

Gareth Davies MP writes for Times Red Box about how to scale social investment in the UK, following his paper for Onward on the same subject.

In a column for the i Newspaper, Will Tanner argues against political interference in operational policing.

Media coverage summary of our report, Age of Alienation.

... what if the decline in community is not so much geographic as generational?

Gareth Davies MP writes for Times Red Box about how to scale social investment in the UK, following his paper for Onward on the same subject.

In a column for the i Newspaper, Will Tanner argues against political interference in operational policing.

Media coverage summary of our report, Age of Alienation.

... what if the decline in community is not so much geographic as generational?

Practical and popular ways to decarbonise the economy
Reducing economic disparities between places
Practical and popular ways to decarbonise the economy
Reducing economic disparities between places