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 HEAR is the London network of equalities organisations. HEAR acts as a strong pan-equalities voice and source of knowledge and expertise on equality issues, and how these issues affect the voluntary and community sector and the individuals they work with. HEAR is committed to user-led services, and all its work is based on the principle that people with direct experience of discrimination are in the best position to develop strategies to achieve equality. HEAR is the London network of equalities organisations. HEAR acts as a strong pan-equalities voice and source of knowledge and expertise on equality issues, and how these issues affect the voluntary and community sector and the individuals they work with. HEAR is committed to user-led services, and all its work is based on the principle that people with direct experience of discrimination are in the best position to develop strategies to achieve equality.
  
-About the Mapping and Networks for Campaigning and Solidarity Project:+**About the Mapping and Networks for Campaigning and Solidarity Project:** 
 This project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund Reaching Communities programme and is an innovative and experimental partnership between equality ​ networks working with grass-roots and user-led groups across London, experts in supporting small community groups use and benefit from digital tools and skills, and partners with long experience of making connections and sharing learning through digital platforms, and using social network mapping and analysis to further community development. This project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund Reaching Communities programme and is an innovative and experimental partnership between equality ​ networks working with grass-roots and user-led groups across London, experts in supporting small community groups use and benefit from digital tools and skills, and partners with long experience of making connections and sharing learning through digital platforms, and using social network mapping and analysis to further community development.
  
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