Last month Collaborate, along with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the IKEA Foundation and Big Lottery Fund, presented the Funding Ecology concept and the complimentary mapping technique at the European Foundation Centre’s annual conference. The session encouraged independent funders from across Europe to consider their role and value within a funding ecosystem, and provided examples of how mapping could support this process of awareness. See here for a more detailed review.
- Place is the space
- Awkward bedfellows and slippery concepts a.k.a. How to lead social change
- Moving from the margins: the challenges of building integrated local services – a discussion paper by Collaborate and Turning Point
- The Collaborative University: connecting people, place and policy
- Insights on infrastructure for place-based system change