Nesta, February 2018
How we help each other matters. Some help – what we call ‘good help’ – supports people to feel hopeful, identify their own purpose and confidently take action. Other help – ‘bad help’ – does the opposite, undermining people’s confidence, sense of purpose and independence. This report from Nesta uses a well-established evidence base and work with practitioners to understand how ‘good help’ is applied in practice. It outlines the key drivers of action and list seven key characteristics of ‘good help’.
Click here to view the report.