In the UK, people often think about inequality in geographical terms.— CityMetric (@CityMetric) April 15, 2019
In reality, there are rich and poor areas almost everywhere, but they are not distributed evenly. https://t.co/sMzV6cn7LY pic.twitter.com/CHXwe6CGVM
Here's the link that the Twitter post points to. I've been looking for someone mapping poverty and inequality in England, similar to how others have been doing this in the USA. Here's an article I posted in 2011, following riots in London. Since then, I've not found anyone creating maps like those I'm pointing to above.
Of course, my goal reaches beyond just creating the poverty maps. I want people to create overlays showing where existing youth tutor/mentor and learning programs are located, and where more are needed.
Then, I want to influence the growth of teams of business, non-profit, education and community members who help existing programs grow, and share ideas, that help every program be great.
I've written about this in past articles on this blog, and on articles at TutorMentor.Blogspot.com since 2005. I hope you'll take a look.
I show the need for planning and action teams, working at the program, neighborhood, city, state and national level. I'd like my ideas to be part of these teams and I'd like to be personally in the conversation, via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIN, or any other format you choose.