Sharing our work on children’s and youth arts with Nordic colleagues

Several of our projects have been getting attention from other countries keen to learn from our work.  In November we were invited by Kulturtanken the Norwegian youth and children’s cultural agency, to present at their national conference on ‘quality’ in publicly funded youth arts and culture.  The event was for arts and cultural practitioners from… Read More

Our maternal mental health research gets international audience

We recently had the privilege of presenting the results of our action-research into library-based rhyme times and maternal mental health, to an international audience of library professionals.  Having been invited to present at the Next Library conference in Berlin, we and colleagues from Essex Libraries (with whom we conducted the research) ran a real-life version… Read More

Fragmented funding for local growth 2016/2017

In 2014, Shared Intelligence worked with Local Government Association (LGA) to undertake research into the funding landscape of the coalition government. The report was written in light of the LGA’s Rewiring Public Services: Rejuvenating Democracy campaign in which ambitious proposals were presented to give local areas greater control over public money. This report was published… Read More