THE SOCIAL CHANGE PROJECT

The Social Change Project asks (and keeps asking) one critical question: what can we learn about how social change is happening that can strengthen civil society’s efforts?

Change itself is constantly changing: where it occurs, who’s involved, who decides, how new ideas are generated, what blocks it and what boosts it. We stay curious about change. If you’re interested in civil society and social change, join the conversation. Come to an event, write a blog, listen to the podcast, read our report, write a blog.

SOCIAL POWER REPORT

Our first report urges civil society to unleash its ‘Social Power’ by being bolder and braver. It includes findings from conversations with our 400-strong Community of Practice, and tools to help you think about your own work.

SOCIAL POWER TOOLS

Despite differences in funding, location and issues, we have found remarkable similarities in people’s experience of making change. The Social Power report includes insights and tools to help anyone working for transformative change.  

SOCIAL POWER IN PRACTICE

We’re keeping track of how campaigners and change-makers are using the Social Power report. We’d love to know if you’ve used any of the tools or findings in your own work.

“The Social Change Project is important to the Sheila McKechnie Foundation (SMK). The question it is seeking to answer – and the issues involved – have huge implications for our sector and its work. The scale of the project is also significant for a small organisation like our own, one of just a handful in the UK that exist to build the capacity of those who want to be involved in social change.” Sue Tibballs, Chief Executive


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