Help us find 2014’s new radicals
Thousands of people have good ideas, but only a tiny fraction have the persistence and grit to make them happen.
When we launched the inaugural Britain’s New Radicals list back in 2012, the idea behind it was to find and celebrate the people who’ve not only given birth to great ideas, but also helped them crawl, walk and then run.
There are plenty of lists of the richest, the most powerful, the most eligible, and the most fanciable. We thought it would be more interesting to uncover the people shaping the world, often below the radar, breaking new ground that might in time feed into how we all live our lives.
We’re asking you to look again at who deserves to be learned from and given some oxygen to help them do even more.
We want you to nominate the people, initiatives and organisations working hard to tackle society’s biggest challenges across the following categories:
- Community action
- Employment / jobs
- Media, architecture and the arts
- Science and technology
With the economy only now limping into recovery, and the public sector facing years of financial pressure we badly need some usefully radical ideas. Help us find them.