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Slide 1 The Young Foundation 2010 Investing in SOCIAL GROWTH Can the Big Society be more than a slogan? Ten point programme.

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1 Slide 1 The Young Foundation 2010 Investing in SOCIAL GROWTH Can the Big Society be more than a slogan? Ten point programme

2 Slide 2 The Young Foundation Give new rights for society and individuals to act Coin St community builders

3 Slide 3 The Young Foundation Develop new tools to help people organise for themselves Fairstead estate, Kings Lynn community website

4 Slide 4 The Young Foundation Develop new finance for social impact Heygate estate, Southwark

5 Slide 5 The Young Foundation Support (the right) social enterprises Working Rite, supported by Learning Launchpad

6 Slide 6 The Young Foundation Open up public services to society Community planting

7 Slide 7 The Young Foundation Promote a sense of belonging and community empowerment Community funday

8 Slide 8 The Young Foundation Grow a new generation of local leaders Uprising 2010

9 Slide 9 The Young Foundation The economy needs to be part of the Big Society

10 Slide 10 The Young Foundation Think and learn globally Cisco telepresence

11 Slide 11 The Young Foundation Measure social growth & make the key indicators part of the national conversation BedZed, Sutton

12 Slide 12 The Young Foundation 2010 Risks? cynical cover for cuts nothing new, would have happened anyway danger of acting too fast potential to be undermined by centralism external pressures on social wealth easy to cut promising future, fewer vested interests need to keep capacity for innovation & fresh thinking


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