Julian Dobson is a ResPublica Research Associate. He is a writer, speaker
and commentator on regeneration, place-making, civil society and social policy.
He is also a trainer, adviser and facilitator, working with organisations on
creative solutions to the problems of place.
He is the director of Urban Pollinators (www.urbanpollinators.co.uk), which
helps make sense of regeneration, place-making and social change by sharing and
applying ideas through research, writing, editing, and face to face learning.
Julian was co-founder and for 12 years was editorial director of New Start, the
national magazine for regeneration practitioners, and previously edited Inside
Housing, the national weekly for social housing professionals. He is a Fellow
of the Royal Society of Arts and on the editorial board of the journal Local
Research Associate Julian Dobson blogs for the Huffington Post
Julian Dobson explains why community sharing is garnering global attention.
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