In the face of a declining local news industry, local people are coming together to create websites and publications to fill the gap. How can they create commercially sustainable models with genuine community participation?
CRM® helps create trauma- and resiliency-informed communities that share a common understanding of the impact of trauma and chronic stress on the nervous system and how resiliency can be restored or increased using a set of simple wellness skills.
An experiential workshop to explore the value of community-led housing in the UK and how, by equipping communities with the skills and tools they need to develop their own homes, we can create long-term social, economic and environmental benefit.
Zebras are entrepreneurs building transformative products and services that advance systemic social change. They focus on profit and purpose, using innovative business and ownership models. They are roundly ignored by the prevailing startup culture.
Exploring approaches to place-based system change
To understand barriers to providing community-led housing and custom-split homes in Oxford that housing providers currently experience. Through discussion we can identify ways Oxford Community-Led Housing can help break down these barriers.
Giving Changemakers the opportunity to explore the first three steps of a unique positive impact change practice, supporting the development of four bespoke tools for transforming the way positive impact change is delivered in the world.
Join us at this lively and interactive session to hear thought-provoking speakers who have built and supported enterprising communities and then engage in a workshop to debate and discuss opportunities, challenges and solutions around creating strong
Social Enterprise UK and OSEP are collaborating to provide a warm and friendly space for Social Entrepreneurs to come together for networking over a drink and some nibbles and to hear from the experience of experts.
The importance of stories in social innovation cannot be underestimated. We are all unique and different characters in the social change story. Through a series of interactive sessions, let's build a collective and unifying story of social innovation
How can we work together in addressing priority needs for children under-5 in Oxford? Join us to explore how the early years system in Oxford can respond to the closure of Children Centres and ensure al children in Oxford get the best start in life
Join us for a fun-filled day designing 3 social action campaigns to inspire and motivate new people to volunteer. We’ll be planning in the morning, before going out into Oxford to test our ideas in the real world. There’ll be cake!
After the galvanising effect of saving an asset, or completing a campaign, what practical lessons are there to help maintain genuine community engagement, control and accountability? What do these terms really mean in reality? Why are they important?
How can the place-based approach link the very local to the wider ecosystem? And what motivations the people bring to the table?
Two Ashoka Fellows, Ashoka Changemaker Schools, and the Ashoka team are inviting young changemakers from 16-25 who have experience of and a passion to continue making a difference in their communities to discover the power of collaborative action.
Learning from the experience of the Old Fire Station over six years to look at how we might build relationships across boundaries that help make Oxford a better place.
Join SPRING, a pioneering accelerator working with girls-focused businesses in emerging markets, and its Investment Director Suzanne Biegel, in using human-centred approaches to create an Investors Toolkit to catalyse investment in adolescent girls.
Getting under the skin of place-based work. How can place-based funders and supporters make sure they are part of the solution not the problem?