Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to work that is currently being undertaken by the organisation. Enjoy!
Julie Munk: How to Scale up Social Impact?
An introduction to the critical policy questions, controversies and new ideas around scaling. (via Apolitical, April 2018)
Kendra Schreiner: How to build a progressive movement in a divided country
Since we can expect more polarization ahead, how can we use its heat and volatility to create something useful? (via Transformation, April 2018)
Duncan Collins-Adams: Dead Brutalist Buildings
A new show uses photographs of concrete buildings in their final days to argue for their preservation. (via CityLab, April 2018)
Jordan Junge: The case for migration
Can rich countries accept migrants without jeopardising their democracies?(via the Economist Open Future, April 2018)
Social innovation labs
So Jung Rim: Lab practice: Creating spaces for social change
How Kennisland has been running and implementing social innovation labs. (via Kennisland, 2015)
Duncan Collins-Adams: ‘Nazi Hipsters’: A Rebranded Far-Right Comes to the UK
Pan-European neo-fascist group Generation Identity have been at the forefront of developing the tactics of the new far-right movement. Now they are trying to establish a permanent foothold in the UK. (via Novara Media, April 2018)