Creating a Climate for Social Justice
Author: Tony Kendle
This guide is targeted at non-environmental civil society groups in order to emphasise a particular and crucial point – that the threats of climate change and resource scarcity have to be seen as much more than ‘environmental’ challenges. Unless there is the engagement of a wider spectrum of civil society associations, focusing on the issues from their own positions of strength and experience, the potential impacts of climate change and resource scarcity may not be identified effectively and better solutions may not be found in time.
Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2019
The Trustees present their report and accounts of the Trust for the year ended 31 December 2019.Read More
Fear and Loaning – The Impact of Covid-19 on affordable credit providers serving financially vulnerable customers
This report is based on results from a rapid response survey undertaken by Community Finance Solutions at the University of...Read More