Power Sharing Project: Resource pinboard

The Power Sharing Pinboard will build into a rich and diverse resource hub that shines a light on power sharing in the context of poverty and inequality in civil society. Let us know what you are reading, listening to and watching, and we’ll add it to the pinboard.

REPORTS


The Way Ahead: Civil Society at the Heart of London (April 2016) is the final report of the Review of the Future of Civil Society Support in London, commissioned by London Funders. The Power Sharing Project is part of the Cornerstone Fund, which was set up as a collaboration of funders in London to take forward the recommendations of the Way Ahead Report. It provides a vision for future civil society in London, as well as practical frameworks and recommendations.  

Understanding Poverty in all its Forms: a participatory research study into poverty in the UK (October 2019) from ATD Fourth World in collaboration with the University of Oxford brought together professionals, academics and people with first-hand experience of poverty from 2016-2019 to change the ways in which poverty is understood and talked about by decision makers and governments.  

The Value of Lived Experience in Social Change (July 2017) by Baljeet Sandhu is an exploration of whether, and how, social purpose organisations in the UK value lived experience in social change work. ‘Lived Experience Leadership’ (July 2019), also by Baljeet is a call to action to ‘reboot the leadership DNA of the social sector.’ 

Power and Making Change Happen (November 2010) by Raji Hunjan and Soumountha Keophilavong is part of the Democracy and Civil Society Programme from the Carnegie UK Trust and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to explore the links between analysing power and achieving social change.

PODCASTS


BOOKS


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OTHER USEFUL WEBSITES AND PROJECTS


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THE POWER SHARING PROJECT IS FUNDED BY CITY BRIDGE TRUST AND TRUST FOR LONDON

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