Reshaping Research: Knowledge and the Conditions of Possibility

I once wrote a politics paper arguing that in striving for replicability, predictability, and proof in the quest for more scientific research we ultimately miss… Read More

Writing Deprivation in the Body: Epigenetics Friend or Foe?

Sue White and David Wastell sketch out the risks if we don’t question ‘what is this knowledge for and what does it do to us?’… Read More

Profiling Severe and Multiple Disadvantage in Scotland

Our 2015 report Hard Edges was an important step for us, clearly making the case that problems don’t exist in isolation. In partnership with… Read More

Addressing Adversity in Birmingham

We were so proud to share our work with schools, families and young people in Birmingham in Addressing Adversity: Young Minds’ important… Read More

Sharing Insights from the Frontline- Systems Changers Twitter Takeovers

We often hear the voices of Chief Execs and CEOs and we’re beginning to hear the voices of people with lived experience more and… Read More

Frustration and Space

Over the past year the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) and partners, funded by Lankelly Chase, have been undertaking action research to understand how people… Read More

Working towards systems change through coproduction – Our Experience of Elephants

Over the past year the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) and partners, funded by Lankelly Chase, have been undertaking action research to understand how people… Read More

View from a conservatory

Over the past year the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) and partners, funded by Lankelly Chase, have been undertaking action research to understand how people… Read More

Elephants in the box: How can we work together to tackle severe and multiple disadvantage across Greater Manchester

Over the past year the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) and partners, funded by Lankelly Chase, have been undertaking action research to understand how people… Read More