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Making Change: What Works
Movements change the world. Throughout history, loosely organised networks of individuals and organisations have sought changes to societies – and won. What can we learn from success or failure?
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Four key shifts facing the Church
"What would a collaborative, dynamic, authentic, sacrificial, generative and innovative community of Christlike leaders look like?" Four key shifts could help transition to answers to this question. They are..
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Reducing discrimination between groups 
A 'shared identity' helps bring people together. We may have institutions that make it hard for some to stay part of a common identity. People are not hardwired to be racist, etc - we are hardwired to be group-ish.
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Own your own source of low cost green power
Ripple Energy offers people part-ownership of a wind farm with 1000's of others as a co-op. This gives consumers direct access to UK's cheapest source of electricity-helping reduce bills and carbon footprint.
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What do friends have to do with economic mobility? 
Social capital-the strength of one's social network, community-is a determinant of outcomes from education to health. A study reveals importance of friendships across socioeconomic class lines and more...
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Working in partnership for positive health - stories from Fleetwood
In Lancashire, a range of local partners are creatively collaborating with local residents across the community to positively change things. Initiative is known as Healthier Fleetwood.
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An effective way to reduce violent crimes?
Evidence that offering at-risk men behavioral therapy plus opportunities to earn a living greatly reduces the future risk of crime and violence, even 10 years after the intervention.
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Avoiding white saviourism
Principles that can be applied to you working cross-culturally whether overseas or with communities in your own nation and whether you are planting churches or doing community development work
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How businesses can shift from social responsibility to social change 
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.
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The reason he's still alive is because you've been praying over us as a family
My neighbours are scattered. I realised I've been driving past them for 46 yrs and not praying. A few weeks ago, I began praying over them. Then something amazing happened..
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Online - Fleetwood: connecting stakeholders to support the growth of the community
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In the session we will provide a brief overview of the Little Book (See blog Working in partnership for positive health - stories from Fleetwood) and talk about the Healthier Fleetwood programme from the perspective of professional stakeholders (People and organisations who have worked with Healthier Fleetwood). We will cover what Healthier Fleetwood is and how it positioned itself in a way to connect and support the local community in the UK coastal town of Fleetwood. We will highlight some of the key insights to replicate the programme in other UK towns moving forward and provide access to the Little Book and other material.
This session is for organisations, policymakers, local authorities, public health organisations, NHS professionals, Voluntary Sector Organisations and any other relevant stakeholders with interest in developing a community programme to support the community.
01/12/2022
14:00
Online and In Person - Traumatised Communities to Trauma Informed & Relationship Centred Communities - Bath
@Trauma Recovery Centre Lower Bristol Road Twerton
Trauma Recovery UK Conference 2023. Designed to equip professionals working with children, young people and families who have experienced trauma.
This is our third conference and this year we will be discussing the theme Traumatised Communities to Trauma Informed & Relationship Centred Communities.
24/02/2023
10:00

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