Changing systems isn’t easy but it starts with small steps. Here’s ten ways in which you can help create change in a community near you now.
As the human and financial costs of the failures of our public services add up, it’s time to create human-centred systems that are truly transformative, says Clare Goff
Systems change focuses on the root causes – rather than the symptoms – of social and economic problems. For LankellyChase it is the central focus of its work, explains programme director Alice Evans
Frances Westley is chair of social innovation at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. She talks to New Start about how an understanding of system dynamics can help scale up social change