60 second overview
We support a range of work to support groups of Londoners who face sustained and systemic disadvantage. For example, we support work to improve the lives of disabled people and those groups who may struggle to find employment.
We also fund work to improve society for all Londoners for example through our funding for a joint initiative on social integration which we are running in conjunction with the Mayor of London.
How can we strengthen the voice of people with lived experience in campaigns for social change?
Moving On Up: Young black men in London's Financial sector: aspirations and experiences
What Britain thinks: Comparing views across London and other regions
Citizenship and Integration Initiative Interim Report
From our Twitter
Traineeships and apprenticeships can be fantastic routes into skilled work. But for too many single parents, the barriers of low pay and a lack of childcare can make them difficult to access @Gingerbread https://bit.ly/2HCL5cx pic.twitter.com/pEYCuvVveC21 Mar 2019
The new report from @WeAreBrightBlue recommends that Universal Credit claimants are offered a one-off upfront ‘helping hand’ payment to alleviate the impact of the current five week waiting period https://bit.ly/2F969oa20 Mar 2019
"Every one of our campaigns is driven by our community, written by people who are directly experiencing these problems & setting the strategy to win change themselves." Great insight on some of the early wins from @organisehq Good to see #workervoice supported by @trustforlondon https://twitter.com/trustforlondon/status/1106624855305146371 …19 Mar 2019