It’s time to get serious
It’s All About Power
The Power Project calls for a new way of thinking about power, and action to build solidarity in social change.
Many people do not find the social sector a welcoming or useful place through which to seek change.
Some choose to operate outside the social sector. They are not waiting for others to share power with them.
Much of the most impactful change is being driven by and with people who have experience of poverty and inequality.
Despite concern in the social sector, examples of genuine partnership with people with experience of poverty and inequality are rare.
Even where the will exists, common approaches to working together often create as many problems as they solve.
Professionals’ perception of their own power doesn’t match the perception of others.
We welcome anyone interested in exploring power and acting to build solidarity in social change
Helping you think differently about power.
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