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We need an Analyst and summer Interns – It could be you!

1st March 2017

The Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP) helps organisations to do good, using evidence, innovation and learning to boost their social impact.

We work as a trusted advisor to some of the UK’s leading social purpose organisations, alongside central government, local government and business, and we’re looking for a full-time Analyst and two summer Interns to help us support our clients in their work to tackle some of society’s biggest challenges.

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Young, female and forgotten? How Young Women’s Trust are giving a voice to workless young women

18th January 2017

TSIP is dedicated to helping organisations across sectors develop user-focused, evidence-based solutions to society’s biggest challenges. That’s why, this year, we’re featuring a series of guest blogs from social organisations, who are putting lived experience at the heart of their work.

Young Women's Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty.

In this blog, Emma McKay – a Senior Policy Officer at the charity (@EmsMckay), writes about their latest research and its value to policy makers. 

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17th November 2016

As the debate around the effectiveness of the UK Government's Apprenticeship programme increases, Sara Halliday gives TSIP's view on what this discussion can tell us about designing and measuring the impact of social programmes more widely.