Good and Bad Help Launch

Today we see a paradox that many services and social programmes that intend to help people fail to work with people’s own sense of purpose and actually erode confidence rather than build it.

This event, in partnership with Nesta, brought together practitioners, policymakers, thinkers and funders to explore how, together, we can build people’s sense of purpose and confidence to take action, what we refer to as ‘good help‘.

The Good and Bad Help publication is available to download here, and you can find out how to get involved in the Good Help project here.


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