The next Government should take note: Social entrepreneurs are building resilient communities

The next Government should take note: Social entrepreneurs are building resilient communities

As the campaign trail enters its final week, we are looking back at the manifestos released by our political parties and reflecting on what this election means for local places, people and our social entrepreneurship sector. The manifestos from the Liberal Democrats, Labour and the Conservatives all examined inequality and there was a clear sense

The next Government should take note: social entrepreneurs could transform the job market

The next Government should take note: social entrepreneurs could transform the job market

Social entrepreneurs are transforming the job market so it works for all The steady drop in unemployment is a good news story for the UK. Not only does our economy thrive when more people are earning a living, but not being in work impacts on peoples’ income, health and happiness. Yet not everyone with the

We must show the next government that social entrepreneurs have solutions

We must show the next government that social entrepreneurs have solutions

We must show the next government that social entrepreneurs have solutions Last week saw Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives publishing their manifestos for the general election. All three manifestos focused on inequality and the sense that many people and places feel left behind in today’s economy. This was variously expressed as a “stronger,

Get your candidates talking about the social economy

Get your candidates talking about the social economy

Get your candidates talking about the social economy The General Election is now only a few weeks away and candidates are out and about knocking on doors and putting forward their pitch on why you should elect them. They want to know what issues their potential constituents care about and so there’s no better chance

The Social Economy Alliance

The Social Economy Alliance

UnLtd has recently helped to form a new and influential campaigning group called the Social Economy Alliance. It’s made up of social enterprise, social finance, and co-operative organisations, as well as think tanks, charities, universities and housing associations. Our organisations are at the heart of a growing movement, building a more social economy from the

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