Place and the future of the social sector

By Nathan Yeowell et al | 11 December 2018

Up and down the country, charities and the wider ‘social sector’ bind society together. They make thriving, healthy and happy communities. More than just streets or towns, they make places.
Focused on their causes, many social organisations have seen this place making power as a by-product of their other work, if they have seen it at all. But in a time of economic, political and social dislocation, a growing number are grappling with the concept of place as a key plank of public policy,

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