The New Citizenship Project

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The New Citizenship Project is a social innovation lab, established in 2014 to help catalyse the shift to a more participatory society. Founded by brand purpose experts Jon Alexander and Irene Ekkeshis, we use creative strategy to promote the role of the citizen and encourage better participation in society. We want to reclaim the idea of the ‘Citizen’. Studies show that when we think of ourselves as just consumers, we’re less likely to tackle society’s biggest problems, from climate change to international inequality. When we think of ourselves as citizens, we’re more likely to participate, volunteer and come together to make our society stronger and more effective. We work with all types of organisations to create projects and prototypes to engage people as citizens, from documentary films to new social enterprises, intended to feed the citizen in all of us.
HQSouth Woodham Ferrers, GB

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2022)8
Revenue (FY, 2011)£4 K(+308%)
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The New Citizenship Project Office Locations

The New Citizenship Project has offices in South Woodham Ferrers and London
South Woodham Ferrers, GB (HQ)
4 Haltwhistle Rd
London, GB
27 Dingley Pl
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The New Citizenship Project Revenue

The New Citizenship Project's revenue was reported to be £4.02 k in FY, 2011

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Right now, football fans have more power than they might think

“Football is nothing without fans” — Sir Matt BusbyThe news of the ‘Big Six’ English clubs announcing plans to break away from existing competition structures to join a new ‘European Super League’ has left many fans wondering about the future of their beloved clubs. We believe that this is about mor…

5 things B Corps can learn from BrewDog

Five things B Corps can learn from BrewDogBrewDog’s arrival is a challenge to all B Corps to up our gameBrewDog certifying as a B Corporation is yet another coup for the mission-led business movement. It’s the latest high-profile brand, following the likes of the Guardian and Jamie Oliver, to public…

Why stop at selling?

A provocation for mission-led businessesWhat if mission-led businesses treated their customers as citizens, not just consumers?What if ethical businesses did more than sell ethical products?What if companies didn’t just “deliver” purpose, but built platforms for customers to participate in creative …

Marvin Rees wants a citywide conversation. Here’s a way he could do it.

In today’s Guardian, Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees says he wants a citywide conversation in response to the toppling of the Edward Colston statue.Bristol mayor wants 'citywide conversation' on future of Edward Colston statueI love this idea — and I’d love to think we could “stand under” (as my Bristol f…

What if democracy was RAPID?

This is a really raw thought, but I’ve been mulling some great conversations with the likes of Tim Hughes (Involve), Graham Allen (ex MP who’s plotting a Citizens’ Convention), Claudia Chwalisz (OECD and author of The People’s Verdict), Mark Cridge (CEO of mysociety), Elena Bagnera (Centre for Publi…

How can local authorities step into a Citizen future?

In Subject, Consumer, Citizen: Three Post-Covid Futures, we set out our understanding of this as a crucible moment, in which the story that dominates and defines the next phase of our lives is up for grabs. This could be the time in which a truly participatory future takes shape. Since sharing that …
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The New Citizenship Project Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was The New Citizenship Project founded?

    The New Citizenship Project was founded in 2014.

  • How many employees does The New Citizenship Project have?

    The New Citizenship Project has 8 employees.

  • What is The New Citizenship Project revenue?

    Latest The New Citizenship Project annual revenue is £4 k.

  • What is The New Citizenship Project revenue per employee?

    Latest The New Citizenship Project revenue per employee is £503.

  • Who are The New Citizenship Project competitors?

    Competitors of The New Citizenship Project include Turnstile Tours, BrandIQ and Forster Communications.

  • Where is The New Citizenship Project headquarters?

    The New Citizenship Project headquarters is located at 4 Haltwhistle Rd, South Woodham Ferrers.

  • Where are The New Citizenship Project offices?

    The New Citizenship Project has offices in South Woodham Ferrers and London.

  • How many offices does The New Citizenship Project have?

    The New Citizenship Project has 2 offices.