The first Urban Change Makers residential was themed ‘Compassion’ and held over the week-end of September 8-10, 2017. With teams from London and Birmingham there was a tangible sense that our dreams for investing in emerging leaders and incubating urban change was coming true. Held at a retreat centre in the beautiful village of Warslow, the … More Urban Change Makers begins
Ash Barker, one of the founders of Urban Change Makers, was interviewed by Andy Peck for Premier Radio recently. Listen here: http://podcast.premier.org.uk/e/ash-barker/
Urban Change Makers is primarily designed and led by Tim Evans (CEO, Worth Unlimited), Dr Ash Barker (Director, Newbigin School for Urban Leadership) and Andy Vail (Fellowship of Churches and Christ in Great Britain and Ireland). Together they have many decades of combined experiences in developing urban leaders, initiatives and community impact in the UK … More Who is behind Urban Change Makers?
Urban Change Makers UK seeks to build the capacity of emerging urban leaders and their urban contexts to see real transformation grow from the ground up. Engaging Emerging Urban Leaders as Learners The vision is to identify, invite and incubate twenty high potential urban leaders together and grow their capacities as Christians in advocating for … More Why Urban Change Makers?
Urban Change Makers wants to see emerging urban leaders and their communities grow in their capacity for more compassionate, resilient and innovative urban leadership. – By compassion we mean leaders channelling God’s tenderness, fidelity and solidarity in ways that informs the long term well being of their teams, missions and organisations. – By resilience we … More What difference can Urban Change Makers make in urban leaders and their contexts?
There are four key elements to Urban Change Makers. A. A Recruitment Process where emerging leaders are nominated and then invited by a Learning Hub to become an Urban Change Maker, joining the leadership development programme. This ensures the quality and suitability of the learning in an urban community context. > We are currently recruiting … More How does Urban Change Makers work?