In this paper, Collaborate and PwC ask how business, government and civil society in the Leeds area can come together to ensure opportunities in skills and employment are shared by everyone.
Collaborate and The Social Innovation Partnership launch a new paper, 'Collaboration: from emerging science to evidence base', that calls for the creation of a Collaboration Evidence Hub (CEH) - a new resource for practitioners, professionals, policy-makers, and the public that offers a systematic way of building and understanding evidence.
This discussion paper reflects primarily on the public service reform agenda in the UK, drawing lessons from a range of British examples to form the basis of a delivery framework that can be discussed, adapted and applied internationally.
This presentation explores the future of public service commissioning and delivery.
On January 27th 2015, Collaborate, Social Innovation Exchange (SIX) and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation launched 'Building a Coalition of Collaborators in 2015', a 'next steps' look reflecting the ideas and insights from last year's Unusual Suspects Festival.
Collaborate's Executive Director Dr Henry Kippin contributes to the debate about the future of the voluntary sector in a full volume of essays, 'Making Good: the future of the voluntary sector'.
As part of the Unusual Suspects Festival, we launched the 2nd edition of The Collaborative Citizen, which signals a movement to mobilise the engaged citizen in the delivery of quality public services. This exciting report follows the successful launch of the 1st edition in partnership with Ipsos MORI earlier this year.