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How businesses can shift from social responsibility to social change
From an article in Stanford Social Innovation Revi
Including people with lived experience of social problems in identifying, implementing solutions creates impactful, sustainable social change in ways not possible with just board decisions.
Forgiveness versus revenge
From an article by Greater Good Magazine
..as responses to victimization. Compared with revenge, forgiveness was more effective at restoring sense of humanity - less self-harm, greater sense of belonging and greater importance of moral identity.
Nourish - helping to address maternal mental health
From information from Nourish Parents
“The transition from being an independent career woman to a mother whose focus was nappies, sleep routines, feeds, was one of the most challenging life adjustments.” The Nourish app aims to help..
In-person events - turnout has been mixed, for many a failure, but why?
From an article by Digital Leaders.
An “Attitudes to Events" survey of delegates, speakers, event organisers and sponsors revealed four key takeaways...
Mental Health - helping churches respond to growing challenges in our communities
From Sanctuary UK
The free, 8 session Sanctuary Course helps churches grow as safe, welcoming communities, prepared to support those who face mental health challenges.
21st Century Pioneers: Faith, enterprise + social purpose
From a report by Jubilee Centre
Christians are playing a key role in purpose-driven businesses, social enterprises of all sizes, across the UK and a wide range of sectors. Working in business is a vocation for many. Renewal is happening today and needs to be encouraged.
From book 'Rekindling Democracy' Cormac Russell
When institutions begin to replace civic life, they regulate citizens to 2nd place; consumers of government services. Experts and officials are superior to the people they serve. Over time, 5 consequences become evident...
Scottish churches and Christian groups have helped over 2,000 people recover from addiction
From the Evangelical Alliance and Serve Scotland
Research highlights the extraordinary efforts of Christians in Scotland to assist, care for those in addiction, bringing to light the scope of Christian services..
Global economic inequality: what matters most is not who you are, but where you are
From an article on Our World In Data
A person’s knowledge, skills, and how hard they work all matter for whether they are poor or not but together far less than being born into a large, productive economy.
Charity resilience and volunteering trends
From an article by Action Planning
Charity leaders report their biggest challenge is organisational resilience. How to address? Volunteering trends in pandemic have changed. Are these permanent or temporary?
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In-Person and Online - Social Outcomes Conference 2022 - Oxford
@ Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford
The Social Outcomes Conference is the annual convening of the world's leading researchers, policymakers and practitioners working to improve social outcomes. As in previous years, the conference will feature discussions on the latest thinking and findings from academic research alongside insights from the emerging practice across different geographies, disciplines and policy areas.
The key to this conference is to bring valuable expertise from the field into the walls of academia and to allow a space for those in the public, private and voluntary sectors to share and build on existing knowledge.
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