Fracking is a hugely important issue for politicians grappling with the energy challenges we are faced with now and in the future. However, the debate is dominated by industry representatives, politicians and campaigners, with citizens often left watching from the sidelines. This report is of a citizen led inquiry and the conclusions of a group of citizens who looked at Fracking with fresh eyes and an open mind.
How can public services be transformed, within current spending limits to build wellbeing, keep people mentally well and reduce the impact that poor mental health and wellbeing have on public services, the economy and communities in the West Midlands?
Commissioned by Wirral Borough Council, the Inquiry brought together a group of local residents to discuss how to make it easier for people to have a healthier relationship with alcohol.
A learning exchange covering Human Resources, co-production and public sector transformation, facilitated by Shared Future.
Shared Future were commissioned by NHS North Lancashire to run two citizen-led inquiries into the responsible use of alcohol.
Shared Future’s multi-faceted approach to encouraging and developing social enterprises (SEs) within a specific area.
Shared Future helped to grow a vibrant network of North Lancashire social enterprises and social activists, promoting all social enterprises in the district.
A unique PB experiment involving parishioners donating to provide support into their own community, and deciding where the money went.