Our five year strategy
Our new five year strategy, ‘Communities Leading Change’ answers the question: How can communities across the UK work to build collective power to transform the economy?
It sets out our vision for a democratic, equitable and liveable economy where communities can meet their needs and priorities.
It outlines how we plan to make it happen through expanding our community education on the economy and working in solidarity with people facing economic injustice to create a stronger movement for justice and change.
We see the huge potential to build power with people experiencing economic injustice who are working to create social, political and cultural change but not connecting it to the economy.
In five years, we aim to have worked with ten thousand people in communities experiencing injustice across the country to connect what matters to them to the need for economic system change.
This strategy was put together following a year of consultation with over 100 individuals and organisations, including past participants in our programmes, old and new partners, our community ambassador board, staff and trustees.
On 1st February 2023 we officially launched it into the world.
You can view a recording of the launch event here or learn more about it in this blog.
Download our strategy summary
Download our full theory of change
We’d love to hear about anything in our strategy that resonates with you and explore ways to work together.
If you would like to chat about how our work could connect with or support yours, please reach out to our Head of Community, Jo Hiley at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time.
New strategy, new name
As our work has evolved, people and communities have remained central to our strategy and vision.
Based on this, we’ve been reflecting on everything from our goals and theory of change to internal practices and, ultimately, our public brand.
The move from Economy to People’s Economy is about making those goals transparent.
People’s Economy reflects not just what we’re working towards but how we plan to get there: by building power, agency and vision with communities and changemakers across the UK.
Over the coming months you’ll see the new name and refreshed brand rolled out – watch this space.