27 Feb 2023
A blog on the rural and post-industrial perspectives on the just transition in Scotland highlighting some of the key takeaways which, if implemented, will help achieve this vision.
20 Dec 2022
Marking Disability History Month 2022 we spoke to three Fellows about the first 50 years of the social model of disability and what the future holds.
24 Nov 2022
The welfare state is 80 years old today. Helen Barnard recounts the huge societal benefits the Beveridge report introduced and speculates how we can carry its spirit forward in the modern era.
05 Oct 2022
Regenerative design is an approach that sits at the heart of everything we do. Read more about the practice and its application in our Just Transition for Scotland project.
01 Feb 2022
Explore our constellation of practices and mindsets that will move us beyond our current failing systems, towards imagining and creating desired systems that meet collective planetary needs.
17 Jan 2022
Ian Burbidge assesses how we'll need to navigate social change in light of the pandemic further exposing structural inequalities.
29 Nov 2021
Ian Burbidge on the importance of learning from previous area-based funding initiatives to address inequality across the UK.
13 Sep 2021
Anthony Painter proposes three possible models for how we might tackle the issues facing modern society.
14 May 2021
In the ninth of a series of posts about ‘coordination theory’ - a set of ideas about human motivation, organisational and social change - the form of 'hierarchy' is analysed. Hierarchy is a form which we seem in equal parts to resent and to need.
04 Mar 2021
A return to the past seems implausible. Exhausted as we are, a dash to the future seems unlikely. Nonetheless, however weary, we cannot stay rooted to this moment.
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