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Latest revision as of 10:48, 17 July 2017

This article focuses on information specific to the United Kingdom. Please see our Community resources page for a topic overview.


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Resources[edit]

Funding[edit]

Community Shares

Networks[edit]

Community Matters, nationwide federation of community organisations

Community Media Association, UK membership association for community broadcasting. The CMA is a non-profit making organisation, supporting Community Radio, Television and community-based Internet projects. W

Seeds For Change, network of non-profit training and support co-operatives which help people organise for action and positive social change. "We concentrate on working with grassroots environmental and social justice activists to help increase their effectiveness in campaigning and bringing about lasting positive change." Briefings and guides are @nti-copyright. "Please feel free to copy, adapt and distribute them as long as the final work remains @nti-copyright."

Quotes[edit]

"One day soon, our high streets, parks, libraries, housing hubs, train stations, and cafes will become spaces for us to meet, repair, make, borrow, lend, grow, bake, reflect, care, and eat together." Rebecca Trevalyan FRSA [1]

"Most people participate in their communities not as part of organised groups, but in doing acts of kindness" Professor Carolyn Kagan, Professor of Community Social Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Video[edit]

News and comment[edit]

2017

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Totnes: How the Share Shed in the UK is Building Community, Jul 5 [2]

What Does it Mean to Unlock the Next Economy? Jun 7 [3] "If churches survive – architecturally and even as places of worship – it will be because they have become a social resource."

Creating thriving community hubs: What does it take? May 2 [4]

2016

How a British Library is Fighting Loneliness with a Public Living Room, Dec 6 [5]

2015

Top findings from the open dataset of UK makerspaces, April 24 [6]

See also[edit]


External links[edit]


References

This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. RSA
  2. @Shareable
  3. @Shareable
  4. RSA
  5. Shareable
  6. Nesta


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