The Shaftesbury Partnership has been leading the way in social reform in the UK and beyond for over a decade. Taking inspiration from the great reformers of the Victorian era, we are tackling today’s injustices and inequalities at scale by resourcing new ventures, developing tomorrow's talent and building the tools needed to help others restore today's broken systems.
As part of our data science division, we are developing simulations that policy-makers, the public, and practitioners can harness to gain insights into initiatives before they are launched to better refine and red-team them. Our inequality simulator is the first of these to be prototyped. Join our community of IS researchers, clients, and partners to get involved
We are inviting leaders from a wide variety of sectors to discuss the solutions needed for society’s complex problems. Through this, we hope not only to foster a diverse conversation and exchange innovative ideas, but to launch trailblazing ventures that will transform society to become more nimble, sustainable, and adaptive, as we emerge from the Covid pandemic.
Our Innovation Management service builds on our venture experience to help businesses, nonprofits and public bodies procure innovation for impact to achieve their goals resiliently.
Through our Data Science work, we also equip social innovators and reformers with the tools needed to measure, predict, and simulate the impact they seek to make on systems.
Our Learning Communities nurture and train the individuals who will become future agents of systems change, and help other organisations form their own learning communities for change.
Together with our partners, our team has delivered multiple large scale, impactful reforms through venturing, training leaders and apprentices, and influencing public policy at the highest levels and locally.
Literally millions of lives have been impacted, transformed, and restored through the Shaftesbury Partnership network, at both project and systems level.
This has included work across a range of diverse sectors, such as education, poverty alleviation, youth, health, and employment, with many more sectors and systems in the pipeline.
Being involved in social reform and restoring broken systems can be a lonely journey, which not everyone understands. Get in touch to find out more about how we can change systems together.
You can sign up to one of our events or join our Learning Community if you are interested in exploring a longer term path to becoming a 21st Century Reformer and catalyst for social change.
We would love to hear from you, support you, and find out more about the systems you are involved in and how we can help transform them.