The European Social Network's annual event moves in 2018 to Seville to once more discuss the big topics around social services, with speakers from a wide range of countries. It will include consideration of new initiatives to invest wisely in building a sustainable welfare ecosystem that empowers people and their communities in the longer term.
A new report seeks to define what constitutes 'good help' and, more importantly, how to bring this into the mainstream - is it possible to scale personalised services?
Three Norwegian technologists set out the build solutions to tackle isolation and have made great strides at both ends of the age spectrum in a short period to time.
To what extent do 'Smart City' initiatives truly reach those most in need of change in their lives? Can it impact a city's cleaners as well as its commuters?
Can Augmented Reality help tackle mental health problems? Pilots in a UK prison and with South Staffordshire College and charity, Rethink Mental Illness, suggests there is a lot of potential
In the first of a series of interviews with Chief Resilience Officers around the globe, we talk to Pittsburgh’s Grant Ervin about the steel city's challenges, priorities and plans.