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Wellbeing valuation: measuring our social value today

Measuring the value that we invest into our communities can be hard to do. Communities that Work’s supported approach – called the Wellbeing valuation model – considers data from national surveys and analyses the factors that affect our wellbeing – such as community activities, personal support or extra training. This approach then looks at the amount of extra income needed to achieve that same affect, to understand the overall value of investment. This video explains how it works in more detail.

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Message from Communities that Work Managing Director

Covid-19 is a global public health emergency with huge human, social and economic costs.  As the reality of restrictions to our ordinary lives take hold in the UK, we now enter a period of rapid adaptation, with change demanded daily.  In the coming weeks, we may arrive at a ‘new normal’ w...

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New parliamentary inquiry on housing and employment

A new parliamentary Inquiry launched today (Monday 9 March 2020) to tackle the employment and earnings gap in social housing. It is inviting all organisations and individuals with insights and expertise into these issues to submit written evidence to the Inquiry by 29 May 2020 The national Inquir...

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