Over 15 years, Community Resolve built a highly diverse workforce which together devised and delivered a huge range of innovative community building projects, a sample of which can be found below.

2004 – A peer-to-peer conference on the allure and dangers of gang life, devised and presented by Bristol young people

2006 – One of many informal action research projects into hidden conflicts threaded through the diverse communities of central Bristol

2008 – Rapid demographic change in Bristol in the early 2000s led to tensions in the city, as documented in this class, race and cohesion report 

2008 – Our impactful work with young people in the city was then expanded in the government funded ‘Respect for All’ programme

2009 – A summary of our street-based team practice and impact, working on city tensions

2010 – An account by young people about the pressures they were under to join street gangs

2010 – Research into the rise of white extremism in Bristol in eight targeted wards across the city

2011 – Our innovative cross-generation mediation service, pairing younger and older mediators to work with families in trouble

2011 – A report for funders on the range of engagement and impact achieved by our senior youth workers and team