To coincide with the General Election 2017, Common Vision published a manifesto for millennials which explores the “untapped market” when it comes to positive and aspirational policies that are tailored to the behaviours, values and life stages of the millennials, and which could increase political trust and civic engagement as a result.
What are the foundations for healthy, resilient communities? What do citizens need to shape the places and spaces in which we live? How do we make the shift from social security to social sustainability?
How do we build and assert our economic citizenship over our money and resources? Do we need to redefine our expectations of value, profit and equitable exchange? Can finance evolve beyond individual gain to serve collective wealth?
How do we articulate a positive national identity founded on values we all share? How do we use the benefits of modern life to strengthen our culture and heritage, and our engagement with national and local institutions?
By what means can we rediscover agency, creativity and shared purpose in the places where we learn and earn? How is the workplace evolving to reflect different values and expectations across generations? And in what ways can we move past a focus on the economic contribution of work to its social purpose?
Our Common Work programme is in development. Contact us for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org