If you like the look of our work and want to get involved there are a variety of ways to do so.
You can either support us by joining the conversation and taking part in our challenges, or explore what the economy means to you by using our DIY Economics toolkit. We will also be launching a Hitchhikers Guide to the Economy in the not too distant future!
We also have a few tools which you can use to enhance our own knowledge of the economy or explore what the it means with groups you are involved with.
Feed into the Challanges
We have launched a new crowdsourcing platform (powered by Wazoku) to ask the public what ideas they have for tackling some of the most critical challenges in our economy.
Our first challenge is now online. It asking people across the country what they think can be done to get us a fairer deal on the things we buy.
Whether you have a great idea yourself or want to offer comment or feedback on other ideas, find out more about the platform and register for free:
You can submit your ideas now! The first challenge closes 10th April 2017.
Follow us on social media
To help spread the word simply click on our social media links below, share our message on Facebook and Twitter, and together we can help create a new, inclusive economics for all.
Use our toolkit
In partnership with Economy, we have published a toolkit promoting economics for everyone.
‘Discovering the economy around you’ supports citizens to identify features of their lives within the economy, to understand more about economics and economic language, as well as to take action and to empower themselves to change the economy.
Download our toolkit and start using it in a classroom, with a group of friends, at a family gathering, over a coffee or at a pub session – anywhere you like!
Please complete the form below to download 'Discovering the economy around you':
We will soon be publishing a Hitchhikers Guide to the Economy - stay tuned for further information!
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