We learn from our mistakes. So why is it so hard to find examples of wrong turns in public documents? How To Be Wrong is the product of a network of experts from around the U.K. and Netherlands reflecting on the future of learning.
Our research has shown us that the future of local government lies in greater balance between the state and civil society.
We are looking for five to ten local governments or clinical commissioning groups to embrace, adapt and apply the ideas in this paper for the communities they serve.
Young people say that being matched to a support worker is like playing the lottery. If you are lucky, you get a good one. What is a good worker? What do they do? How do they make a difference? And what kind of difference? Based on five years of research The Relational Worker tackles these questions.
We start with a question. How does social connection influence human well-being? We anticipate that answers will weigh heavily on the formation of social policy. The Prospectus sets out Ratio’s initial plan for a decade of inquiry.