The subject of Spaces for Growth is the boundless potential of the human system, the ways in which we choose to live our lives in patterns of relationship with other lives, that our hopes for a better future ultimately lie.
Learning how to draw that potential from us, individually and collectively, is an urgent task – one that IFF, Koreo and we hope many others are ready to take on.
Together we need to support individuals, groups, organisations, communities, institutions, human beings in all formations to expand, to develop and to grow, to rise to the occasion.
Koreo’s Founder & CEO Rachel Whale reflects on our organisational journey, as we share a new learning offer for social impact organisations.
Sheetal Mistry, one of our Learning Experience Managers, reflects on the evolution of community engagement in response to the pandemic, and the potential for longer-term shifts in how we approach it going forward.
Platformation is a new essay created together with Stephanie Sherman from Supervisions considering the opportunity to reimagine civil society organisational design for the 21st Century
In an ongoing collaboration with Graham Leicester and Maureen O’Hara from International Futures Forum, we explore the learning spaces necessary for personal and collective transformation in a complex, urgent world.
In March 2022 we are delighted to be launching The London Engagement Lab. Designed and delivered in partnership with the GLA’s Community Engagement Team, International Futures Forum, and Migrants in Culture, the Lab will be a year long inquiry into the next horizon of community engagement practice in the city and beyond.
As we relaunch our website with a refreshed description of our work and practice, we reflect on a two year process of reflection and learning where they have taken us as a team, and where we go next with our work.