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Co-production demands radical rethinking of the health and social care workforce

Adult Community Services at Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust are showing the way in co-production

Are private investors the best people to decide development priorities in poor countries?

Development Impact Bonds were supposed to be the next big thing. But do they give power to the right people?

Think big, act small: Roberto Unger’s vision and piecemeal change

We need big thinking but to combine innovation with democratic accountability in public services we also need to think small

No such thing as ‘the German model’: principles are universal, but routes must vary.

Employee representation on company boards is a vital form of worker voice but the route to workplace democracy must vary.

The B Team say they want to change the world. Great, but don’t let them rule it.

Equating people and profit makes no sense. Sustainability means deciding which is the master and which the servant.

Freedom and security at work: can we have both?

We need to find ways to offer employed people more of the benefits of freelancing -- and vice versa.

Social enterprise working for democracy and humanitarian relief

Born out of political violence in Kenya, Nairobi-based social enterprise Ushahidi has developed its mapping work internationally