About this theme
This theme covers topics relating to how communities of all kinds can be made more resilient through economic activity. It is one of our current programmes for Fellowships, launched in 2023, and has been developed in consultation with our economy and enterprise working group. Fellows’ stories.
Fellows' updates December 2022 Fellow's update: Roger Warnock
Social enterprise founder Roger Warnock (CF 2013) has been supporting the first round of projects developed through YouthUX, the initiative he is piloting with support from one of our Covid-19 Action Fund grants.
By Roger Warnock, 2023
Blogs & conversations Understanding the circular economy
By Seigo Robinson, 2022
Fellows' updates January 2022 Fellows' update: Eifion Williams
Social enterprise founder Eifion Williams (CF 2019) presented the findings of his mutual credit system pilot project to key stakeholders across Wales this month. This is part of Eifion’s Covid-19 Action Fund project and was inspired by Eifion’s Fellowship, which explored co-operatively managed dual currency systems.
By Eifion Williams, 2022
Fellows' updates October 2021 Fellows' update: Yvonne Field
Social enterprise founder Yvonne Field (CF 2012) was named a Pandemic Pioneer by Charity Times on 18 October. The award was in recognition of Yvonne’s work to ensure the voices of minoritised racial groups are heard during the pandemic through her social enterprise Ubele.
By Yvonne Field, 2021
Report Discovering new forms of enterprise support
By Gerard Darby, 2010
Report Inclusive engagement in social entrepreneurship
By Gary Fawdrey, 2019
Report Replication of a co-operatively managed dual currency system
By Eifion Williams, 2018
Report Growing the social economy in the UK
By Aine Graven, 2018
Report Effective migrant integration through entrepreneurship
By Kajal Sanghrajka, 2017