This edition of our newsletter shines a spotlight on key successes from the past few months.
The UK’s first Voluntary National Review takes stock of progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (also known as SDGs or Global Goals), and emphasises the importance of working in partnership.
A summary of IMPACT19, the IEP’s inaugural forum which brought together leaders from across business, civil society and government.
Co-op Group Chief Executive Steve Murrells is the latest business leader to join the Inclusive Economy Partnership.
Nationwide Building Society has selected seven FinTech companies to take part in its Open Banking for Good challenge, which was born out of the IEP.
Nesta caught up with nine of our IEP innovators to discuss their pioneering projects, some of the key partnerships they’ve formed, the impact this has made on their work and lessons learned along the way.
Nesta take a look at the impact of our Inclusive Economy Partnership (IEP) Accelerator programme, a bold new approach to accelerating social innovation.
We wrote a thought piece for Apolitical about how the UK government is taking a new approach to tackling deep-rooted social challenges, by bringing together citizens, civil society organisations and businesses.
We are delighted that UnLtd CEO Mark Norbury has been appointed as co-chair of the Government’s Inclusive Economy Partnership.
The Social Change Agency interviewed Shevaun Haviland to learn more about the IEP and why partnerships are key to building a society where every citizen belongs and contributes.