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Will Extinction Rebellion mark the start of more direct action?

April 26, 2019


Environment protests have reached a new level with Extinction Rebellion in 33 countries. Now, the tactics used could inspire a new wave of radical protest.

Lags the way to do it

April 19, 2019


In the UK, many prison reformers are now turning to social enterprises and charities to work out innovative new ways of ensuring prisoners don't re-offend.

Pensioners are doing it for themselves

April 12, 2019


Far from retiring to a life of gardening and card games, pensioners in Britain are increasingly taking action to make the world a better place.

We must do more to care for our carers

April 5, 2019


There is an under-recognised army of unpaid carers propping up our society who need our support.

Fashion can be a force for good

March 22, 2019


The fashion industry is awash with exploitation. But it doesn't have to be this way and social enterprises are leading the way in showing how.

Ending period poverty will need action by everyone

March 15, 2019


Period Poverty has leapt onto the agenda in the last 12 months and is bringing together some unlikely partners to tackle the problem, from businesses and trade unions to football clubs and community groups. It is estimated that 1 in 10 women in the UK struggle to afford period products – leading to what’s been […]

Volunteering initiatives set to grow

March 8, 2019


Volunteering changes lives and, in the UK, a hidden army of almost 12 million people volunteer at least once a month. Here's three schemes set to grow this year.