TSRC News

50 Films about Resident Led Change

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This month Our Bigger Story, the long term multi-media evaluation of Big Local*, is celebrating a milestone.
Date:
03/05/2018

Big Local: The Early Years: reports available

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Over 2105-2016, TSRC worked with 15 (of 150) Big Local areas to explore the dimensions of resident led change
Date:
03/05/2018

Knowledge Portal Update, November 2017

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The Knowledge Portal is not currently operational. This page gives background to the Portal and explains how it worked.
Date:
17/11/2017

Exploring change in the making

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Austerity measures and welfare reform are contributing to a particularly unsettled environment for third sector organisations. Many are grappling with substantial change. Indeed, organisations are telling us that, although change is nothing new in the voluntary sector, the rate and scale of change that they are currently experiencing is unprecedented. We began to think about what research evidence has to say about change in the voluntary sector.
Date:
07/06/2017

TSRC Latest Publication: Community groups in context

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Community groups in context, edited by Angus McCabe and Jenny Phillimore, has just been published by Policy Press.
Date:
29/03/2017

Community Action and Social Media - new Working Paper published

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TSRC publish new Working Paper on 'Community Action and Social Media : A review of the literature'.
Date:
17/01/2017

Faith in Social Action: Where next?

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Faith in Social Action: Where Next? This is the report of a conference jointly convened by TSRC, Faith Based Regeneration Network and the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion (University of Birmingham) and Held at the University of Westminster on 24 May 2016
Date:
10/10/2016

The 'rehabilitation revolution' in probation services - the perilous position of third sector organisations

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Last week the Public Accounts Committee published its report into the 'Transforming rehabilitation' reforms to probation services. The report was critical of the slow pace of the reforms and of the worrying lack of progress in property involving the third sector in the programme. Committee Chair Meg Hillier concluded that :'Government may have cause to regret using the potent language of 'revolution' for its Transforming Rehabilitation reforms.'
Date:
03/10/2016

Resident led change: Two new films

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Two new films are now available about resident led change in Big Local areas. This is part of the national, multi-media evaluation of Big Local.
Date:
27/09/2016

Sustainable Livelihoods Resource Book

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The Sustainable Livelihoods Resource Book, produced by The Volunteer Training Company and Manchester Metropolitan Universty (with a foreword from TSRC) provides useful materials and exercises to help small community groups and voluntary orgnisations to reflect on their history – and plan for the future using asset based approaches.
Date:
17/08/2016
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