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Green Revolutions - a Big Venture Challenge case study

20th November 2017

The fourth and final case study in a series spotlighting TSIP's work with organisations taking part in UnLtd's Big Venture Challenge (BVC). Green Revolutions, a social enterprise working for the benefit of its local community, aims to make clean, green driving accessible and affordable for all - find out how TSIP worked with them to help evidence their social impact. 

Creative Optimistic Visions - a Big Venture Challenge case study

13th November 2017

The third in a series of case studies, spotlighting TSIP's work with organisations taking part in UnLtd's Big Venture Challenge (BVC). Creative Optimistic Visions (COV) is an award-winning Protective Behaviours Process practice that aims to positively influence the life choices of young people who are at risk of victimisation and abuse - find out how TSIP worked alongside them to enhance their evaluation skills. 

Yes Futures - a Big Venture Challenge case study

6th November 2017

The second in a series of case studies, spotlighting TSIP's work with organisations taking part in UnLtd's Big Venture Challenge (BVC). Yes Futures is a multi-award winning education charity, working towards a future where all young people lead fulfilling lives - find out how TSIP worked alongside them to maximise their evaluation skills. 

School Space - a Big Venture Challenge case study

31st October 2017

The first of a series of case studies, spotlighting TSIP's work with organisations taking part in UnLtd's Big Venture Challenge (BVC). School Space is a social enterprise that helps schools to generate extra funds by hiring out their facilities to the local community.- find out how TSIP worked alongside them to enhance their evaluation practice. 

A better road ahead?

The Courage to Be Citizen-Centric

9th October 2017

In this long read article, TSIP Chair, Stephen Bediako acknowledges the courage of London's leadership for its recent decision to ban Uber from the capital and discusses the issues that need to be addressed by organisations like Uber if they are to truly support the cities and citizens they benefit from, and serve.