Connectedness

Buried Narratives

Sharing In Time In the Aboriginal culture, sacred narratives of creation connecting people to ancestors through land and time are called songlines. It’s an idea which suggests the past and present are one and the same and the future is now. There are strikingly similar belief-systems to be found in cultures on the African, Asian …

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Storytelling at the campfire

The Intimate Workspace (2 of 2)

Re-humanisation of Work So, Coronavirus has accelerated an already emergent phenomenon that is rapidly becoming part of the much-heralded “new normal”; digitally-enabled remote working. This much is very clear by now, but who will decide what’s normal in the post-crisis world? Give yourself a pat on the back if you thought, “middle-class, middle-aged white men” …

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Heart Work

What Works Well

It’s About Navigation In this blog, we share what worked well (and indeed what did not) about the 12-month long social prescribing pilot we designed and delivered in Kings Heath, in the form of the 7 citizen engagement “tools” that participants rated the most impactful. We also try and share “why” and “where next” in …

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Maker magic

Our Mission

Connecting citizens,  companies and government to create new models of care from the ground up