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Place-based working: a trauma-informed approach

By Alex Fox Mayday Trust CEO,  Oliver Townsend Platfform's Head of Connections and Change and Grant Campbell Homeless Network Scotland's Head of Partnerships & Consulting. Place-based working: a trauma-informed approach The New System Alliance core partners, Mayday Trust, Homeless Network Scotland and Platfform share a desire for radical system change which shifts services and public

By |2023-09-06T10:54:47+01:00September 5th, 2023|Disruption Diary|Comments Off on Place-based working: a trauma-informed approach

Becoming Open Systems

By Alex Fox, CEO of Mayday Trust.  Becoming Open Systems Dr Jean Boulton of Bath University observed at a Northumbria University/ Centre for Public Impact conference on relational public services, that we are all ‘open systems’ not ‘closed systems’: we are impacted by what’s around us and impact what’s around us, in ways which are

By |2023-07-13T12:22:43+01:00July 13th, 2023|Disruption Diary|Comments Off on Becoming Open Systems

Putting relationships first

In this blog, Relationships Project founder David Robinson, and Alex Fox, chief executive of Mayday Trust, reflect on the role that relationships and relationship-building play in creating effective public services and charities, and what connects and distinguishes the two organisations. Putting Relationships First, with David Robinson from the Relationships Project The Relationships Project was born

By |2023-07-06T09:40:12+01:00July 6th, 2023|Disruption Diary|Comments Off on Putting relationships first

Good intentions aren’t always enough

Good Intentions aren’t always enough. By Grant Campbell, Head of Partnerships & Consulting at Homeless Network Scotland. The growing pressure of the ‘permacrisis’ mobilised a wide range of voluntary action, in city centres and communities across the country to help people most affected. Understandably, there are often no benchmarks, national strategies or guidelines on

By |2023-03-02T09:59:43+00:00March 1st, 2023|Disruption Diary|0 Comments