News and comment
“I am citizen, I have a Citizen’s income, I, Daniel Blake.” by @anthonypainter, Oct 28 
Co-production: why it’s more important than ever before, Jul 6 
The hidden value of unpaid work, Apr 15 
Budget 2016: What we are facing isn't a financial crisis, but a crisis of the imagination. Mar 16 
Food waste cafes and urban orchards: five ways people are building a new economy, September 17 
People, planet, power: towards a new social settlement, Anna Coote, February 17 
- NEF’s proposals for a new social settlement – a framework for deciding how we live together, what we expect from our governments and what we want to achieve for ourselves and others. It builds on the strengths of the post-War settlement inspired by the Beveridge Plan, but moves on – because the world has changed profoundly – to offer a bold new approach to the challenges we face today.
- The new social settlement has three goals: social justice, environmental sustainability, and a more equal distribution of power. All three are intertwined and must be pursued together.