• News Story

    Lankelly Chase at Marmalade

    This week, some of the Lankelly Chase team and many of our partners will be upping sticks and heading to Oxford to take part in Marmalade - an informal and open access festival celebrating social change, hosted by our friends at Arts at the Old...

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  • Blog Post

    MAC-UK and Centre for Mental Health’s latest research

    Why is it that the most disadvantaged young people in our society are least able to access support when they need it and on their terms? This is the question MAC-UK have been seeking to answer over the last decade, working with young people to...

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  • News Story

    Commencing Countdown, Engines On (new partnerships taking off in 2016)

    New partners join the pioneering Promoting Change Movement in 2016, helping us all understand how effective support can reach those who are most marginalised, experiencing severe and multiple disadvantage.

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  • Blog Post

    The Mission of Change

    In mid-November, Lankelly Chase convened a conference for representatives of the organisations that we work with; for commissioners from local authorities, the NHS and other services; and for people with lived experience of the social harms that...

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  • Project Summary

    Camerados

    Designing collaborative projects and businesses led by people with severe and multiple disadvantage with the ultimate aim of giving people friends and purpose.

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  • Project Summary

    Unlimited Potential

    Testing the principles of the Positive Deviance approach in locations across Greater Manchester to improve the wellbeing and lives of fathers, children and their families.

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  • Blog Post

    Hard Edges

    12 stories. All from people who live on the hard edges of society. All from people who have faced hardship so extreme, you listen and can’t help to wonder how they are sitting in front of you today. All with aspirations. All with grievances....

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  • Publication

    Trends and Friends: Access, Use and Benefits of Digital Technology

    The research explores the impact of the ubiquitous use of digital technology in excluded groups, and is based on qualitative interviews and peer research involving over 300 people with direct experience of homelessness. The report presents...

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