Since 1994 Lemos&Crane has worked on high profile social issues including homelessness, social housing management, people with learning disabilities, prisoners and ex-offenders, literacy, hate crimes and financial inclusion. Lemos&Crane has been a pioneer of online networking for practitioners since 2000. Over 100,000 practitioners hear about our work and more than 30,000 people are registered members of one of our web networks and have become engaged with action research, awards schemes, seminars and conferences.
Lemos&Crane have worked extensively with policy makers and government, including the Home Office, Department for Communities and Local Government, Cabinet Office and the Crown Prosecution Service. Our work on challenging social issues has been supported by many trusts and foundations including the Monument Trust, the JJ Charitable Trust, the Ashden Trust, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, City Bridge Trust, Friends Provident Foundation, the Wates Foundation, Pears Foundation, Tudor Trust, LankellyChase and Trust for London. Our partners in these projects include Thames Reach, Camden Society, Quaker Social Action, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, London Symphony Orchestra, Clinks and many others.