The Best of the Blogs: Part 1 of 3 – Toby Blume

Three blogs that I’ve particularly enjoyed over the past year are Toby Blume’s, David Floyd’s and Dan Gregory’s. They’re quite active bloggers though so it’s hard to go through their back catalogue. So for those keen to dive into current social sector debates, I’ve pulled out some highlights. First up, Toby Blume – Random Musings … Continue reading The Best of the Blogs: Part 1 of 3 – Toby Blume

The future of social action in universities: what can we learn from student leaders?

This first published on the Student Hubs and iwill blogs. Generation selfie is dead; long live the millennials. A ‘values revolution’ is being driven by young people who value purpose over pay cheque. Then again, this is actually nothing new:  over the last 100 years, the level of student social action has remained level at around … Continue reading The future of social action in universities: what can we learn from student leaders?

History lessons that will inspire the future of our sector

This first published on the Student Hubs blog. Today, we are proud to be sponsoring the launch of a new study into the history of our sector: Dr. Georgina Brewis’ century-spanning A Social History of Student Volunteering: Britain and Beyond, 1880-1980. In this blog you can see a few of the images which illustrate the diversity … Continue reading History lessons that will inspire the future of our sector