Sport England Insight Tool
The Active People Interactive Tool enables you to analyse active people survey data. You can analyse data by demographic groups, geography, and time periods.
Demonstrating how sport can benefit local economy, the Economic Value of Sport – local model produces area based estimates on sports' contribution to the local economy in the form of business output (GVA), jobs and wider benefits like health.
Kumu is a powerful data visualization platform that helps you organize complex information into interactive relationship maps.
This was discussed in relation to 'whole system mapping' as a useful tool to make sense of a system and how it all links together.
This theory of change is a working hypothesis that underpins the new strategy of LankellyChase Foundation. It is likely to change and evolve as we gain a deeper understanding both of the issues with which we are grappling and of our role in promoting change.
This report presents the findings from an historical review of place based approaches to change. It was commissioned by Lankelly Chase from the Institute of Voluntary Action Research (IVAR). It provides an overview of analysis and learning from over 200 pieces of literature on place based approaches.
This study sought to provide a statistical profile of a key manifestation of 'severe and multiple disadvantage' (SMD) in England. SMD is a shorthand term used to signify the problems faced by adults involved in the homelessness, substance misuse and criminal justice systems in England.
Centre for Ageing Better
This report sets out the findings of the Review of Community Contributions in Later Life, led by the Centre for Ageing Better in partnership with the Office for Civil Society between October 2017 and June 2018. As well as helping others, making a contribution to our communities is good for us.