A review of economic evaluations and studies that have been conducted on seven approaches to building community capacity
Social action, also known as community development, is people coming together to help improve their lives and solve shared problems. People volunteer, befriend, advocate, join social movements and organise and develop community assets and services.
This report challenges national assumptions around what and how social care can deliver.
What does good personalised community-based care and support looks like for people in ethnically diverse communities?
This study looks at how some councils are seeking to transform social care by working closely with innovative providers and shifting their own approach to commissioning.