How the Big Green Challengers, Finalists and other groups can use photographs to tell their story and reach out to new audiences.
Things have been very busy for everyone over the last few months since Neighbourhood Challenge kicked off.
There is a compelling argument to unlock more data to improve our lives, but we need to keep the dream of technology in perspective.
There’s a lot of social innovation going on. All over the world, citizens, governments, communities, NGOs are experimenting with new ways of responding to social issues.
The solution to better public services isn't better technology, it's just enough technology to allow better human contact.
Like many of the best innovations, first aid training was a simple concept with a powerful impact – equip people with the skills to help out other people.
As cuts are made and pressure on public services mounts, it is increasingly recognised that charities, voluntary groups and enterprises will be central in creating the public services of the future.
It seems that we are finally beginning to grasp the true value of localism: not as an R&D lab for the centre, but as a powerful force in its own right. But this new vision of localism also calls for new types of social finance.
How one small idea in Scotland challenges the cynics who say Big Society can't work
Given Nesta's remit, I'm keen to make sure that I keep the focus of our Big Data work on innovation. But what does using data for innovation mean? What does it rule out?
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