The Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP), in collaboration with the International Centre for Social Franchising (ICSF) and Numbers for Good, has published a report assessing the potential of franchises to provide quality employment for low income groups in London.
The Social Innovation Partnership is looking for experts and partners in the homelessness sector, and those with lived experience of homelessness to work with us on developing the Helping Heart project.
As we all wait for the dust to settle from the last 24 hours, here are just some of TSIP’s big social issue moments from #GeneralElection2017.
Sandra Vacciana from Partnership for Young London writes about the findings of 25%, a joint youth consultation initiative created to gather the voices, experiences and input of young people in London to drive the development of youth policy.
As part of #YoungMoney17 week, The Money Charity argues the case for a more focused commitment to delivery effective financial education for children and young people in England's schools.
Samantha Godden, Manager of Community and Outreach - Financial Capability at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, shares how their work to evaluate the Lessons in Financial Education Programme is supporting their commitment to improve the improve the impact of financial capability programmes across the sector.
Brian Souter, DebtAware Education Manager, outlines how being part of the Money Advice Service Children and Young People Financial Capability Evaluation Cohort is giving them the opportunity to substantively demonstrate the impact of their programme for the first time.