“There’s nothing more worthwhile for our country than to have all its citizens actively engaged in our economy and society so that every one of us feels included.”
What is the Inclusive Economy Partnership (IEP)?
The IEP is a partnership of businesses, civil society and government departments that are working together to solve some of society’s toughest challenges, to help all communities and everyone within them feel they belong to and can participate in the UK economy.
Through collaboration, innovation and a shared determination to make the UK a better place to live and thrive, the IEP is part of a growing global movement that’s trying to solve age-old problems with new ways of thinking.
How to get involved in the IEP
Through the IEP, members work together to focus on social issues and see how to solve them. It’s open for organisations who want to play a positive and purposeful role in society, by creating a systemic change in our economy.
The IEP is currently focused on three flagship challenges: – financial inclusion and capability, mental health at work, and transition to work for young people. Against each of these challenges, the IEP has launched a number of collaborative projects and is supporting 18 social innovators to scale what they do. Read more about the 18 innovators in the grant winners blog post.
The key to the IEP’s success is reaching more people. As this will ensure that those who can benefit from the solutions we’re working on will do so. And feel an active part of our economy as a result.
To find out more info about the Inclusive Economy Partnership, please view our brochure.
To know more about what the IEP is doing and how you could support it, please sign up to the IEP Bulletin.