I think a major act of leadership right now, call it a radical act, is to create the places and processes so people can actually learn together, using our experiences.

(Meg Wheatley)

Supporting learning opportunities within neighbourhoods through real work in real time.

Nurturing emerging community leadership and leaders.

Supporting inter-generational learning and relationships.

Growing community resilience and personal resilience within communities.

Facilitating routes into learning and employment.

Developing ideas and thinking through reflective practice - real change takes place through real work.

Using research as a resource for neighbourhoods - grounding research in useful work.

Developing grounded theory based on reflective practice.

Bringing together existing and emerging theoretical and living systems perspectives to better understand and inform working processes and projects.