In the context of scarce resources and tighter budgets, increasingly policy makers and funders want to see the evidence base for time banking. Whilst there is an abundance of anecdotal evidence and stories demonstrating beneficial outcomes for individuals, communities, public services and society, the research evidence can be hard to locate.
This page makes this process easier by organising current research evidence on timebanking into themed sections. Simply click on your area of interest for more information and links to summaries and copies of research reports.
Please note that Timebanking UK is not liable for the contents of any external internet sites listed, nor does it endorse any commercial product or service mentioned or advised on any of the sites.
‘Our paths to timebanking started in different places â€“ as a
Community Development Advisor in Gloucestershire and a journalist
exploring some of the more disreputable and poverty stricken cities
and towns of the United States.’ Click on the link below to read more.