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The ideas we offered at the start

These were the pre-prepared ideas that we offered to participants. Others were developed during play of the game.

  • New peer support systems including knowledge and skills exchange visits between groups and organisations and regular meet ups
  • A ‘Lifeboat’ scheme, where expert assistance with small grants can help organisations in difficulty turn themselves around.
  • A ‘co-production offer’ – whereby groups of local residents, service-users etc would be identified and supported to engage in co-production exercises with statutory bodies and others wishing to apply co-production methodologies.
  • A social prescribing London platform through which health and care professionals help people find advice and support in their local communities, and more widely.
  • A consultancy pool of the most skilled and respected civil society leaders in London, markets its offer across sectors, and generates income for civil society activities.
  • A corporate volunteering brokerage scheme helps central London companies support volunteering by employees who live right across London.
  • Meeting rooms and conferencing facilities marketed to voluntary organisations and others with a central booking system.

The ideas people developed - with video presentations

Every idea has its own page … follow the “More on …” link below each one. Addition ideas at the bottom of this page.

Lifeboat support scheme

Social enterprise ecosystem

Shared events listing

Supporting refugees

A community space

Voices of London

Cross sector events

Peer group support systems

Social prescribing London platform

Additional ideas people developed

A co-production offer

A ‘co-production offer’ – whereby groups of local residents, service users etc. would be identified and supported to engage in co-production exercises with statutory bodies and others wishing to apply co-production methodologies.

A pilot project of this group but the leader will use her track record in helping make this project possible. People involved will be volunteers who have been successful entrepreneurs to help develop beneficiaries invest in self-employment (catering, beauty and health care and nursing, customer services, personal development skills, training and advice guidance, IT and social media, business planning, marketing, finance, collaboration.

More on a co-production offer

Discovering concerned residents to tackle anti-social behaviour

Discovering other concerned residents and discover ways to discourage bad behaviour by linking groups with activities that may aid better behaviour, support local groups, Police and Local Authorities to enable projects to develop.

More on discovering concerned residents to tackle anti-social behaviour

Digital storytelling network

Sharing: grassroots group network including a women’s support network; hub for London. Big Lottery fund(ed) to provide support with local campaigns, funding to create, build and create projects: aims to campaign successfully, to empower communities and enterprise. To shape voluntary sector policy and local community funders

More on digital storytelling network

Stop and search youth project monitoring police

Educating people and the Police on the project: get them involved in helping out community work, keeping them busy doing group activities, getting them to help out in the hospitals, are homes, local community.

More on Stop and search youth project monitoring police

Community cafe

To create a space for the local community to open a local cafe to create jobs, space for social networks for the elderly. Prevent flats from being built

More about a community cafe

hubgame/videos.txt · Last modified: 2017/12/04 06:47 by davidwilcox