Self-reliant groups are collectives of women coming together to save, make loans to each other and support enterprise. Karen and Indira discuss their respective groups and how they have adapted to life after lockdown.
Sue Shelley, an exemplar of relational working, on finding new ways to keep her young people engaged and focused.
CEO of Women’s Health and Family Services in East London Karen Wint describes the rapid and radical shifts in practice induced by the pandemic, and the associated opportunities and challenges.
Two On Our Radar alumni, Med (Freetown) and Josh (Kibera), discuss how the communities where they are from – informal settlements in Freetown and Nairobi – are dealing with Covid-19.
Christine Little plays her part in a new way of commissioning services in Plymouth.
Pat McArdle led the transformation of Mayday Trust from service provider to walking alongside people pushed to the edges of society.
Mick Ashton is a graduate of and now works at Transforming Choice, a new way of responding to alcohol addiction.
What is the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on women’s safety and domestic abuse?
Maff Potts is the Founder of the Association of Camerados. He talks here about maintaining friends and purpose in Covid times.
Tom Neumark is Director of the Peel Institute, serving the Clerkenwell community in Islington, London since 1898.