Law Works

Law Works

Grant: £67,000
November 26, 2014

This project will work with a range of professionals, from designers to software developers and academics, to rethink how to provide a service that empowers individuals and gives them access to justice. Research has shown that for the most vulnerable, problems often arise in clusters, and these groups of problems have similar characteristics – homelessness is often a result of family breakdown, employment issues and problems with benefits, for example. Methodologies such as ‘collective impact’ will inform the new programme of delivery: this approach identifies shared objectives among all the organisations working to tackle a specific problem, monitors data against these, and openly shares information to better work together on behalf of the individual. This is a five year project and the Foundation funding will help with the development phase of the project.

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