We help people embrace their power and agency. Because when they do problems get solved, lives become better and futures become more shapeable. But we don’t stop there.
We want to get at the root causes of the most difficult problems – not just treat the symptoms. So we work intensively with systems and services like the NHS and local authorities to understand issues together, shift power and solve the real problem – for good.
Coventry Youth Activists
A campaign group changing young people’s lives in Coventry. CYA members decide on the issues that matter to them and set about making things better for themselves and others.
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Place Based Social Action in Stoke Aldermoor
One of twenty national partnerships funded by DCMS and The National Lottery Community Fund. It’s about people-led solutions that help young people and families thrive in a hard-hit Coventry community. It’s about changing the way public services and communities work together.
Anyone living in Stoke Aldermoor can bring their passions and ideas to the partnership. Contact Kyla at Grapevine email@example.com to join in.
Warwickshire’s empowerment and co-production service
This service supports people with learning disabilities and autism to have a say in how they live their lives and also the services they access – spreading influence and opportunity across the county.
Walks and Talks
Walks and Talks are a story-telling technique that involves having a conversation while walking somewhere. But in our case we share stories, watch performances, listen to ideas, feel inspired and spark change. It’s a chance to bring services, systems and communities together to get at the root of a problem.
#socialactionhubcovandwarks recently launched at a Walk and Talk as we became a recognised hub of best practice for Community Organisers.
Ideas Factories and Collaboration Stations
Ideas Factories and Collaboration Stations are two activities through which we co-create innovative actions and solutions, building the capacity for change from all sectors and communities.