Published on March 7, 2014
Thriving Co-ops Thursday 13th February 2014 Greenwich Digital Enterprise Centre, 11th Floor, 6 Mitre Passage, Greenwich, London, SE10 0ER Twitter: @GCDA_UK Facebook: /GCDAUK #thrivingcoops
Thriving Co-ops Agenda 10.00 Registrations & Information Stands 10.30 Introduction to the day John Fahy Chair GCDA 10.40 Welcome Cllr Denise Hyland Cabinet lead for Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills Royal Borough of Greenwich 11.00 Louis Slater, TECH 11.20 Stan Stearman - U-SHED 11.40 Sara Willett Lewisham Art House 12.00 Ben Lucas, Co-op Council 12.20 Questions and comments from the floor 12.40 Claire Pritchard GCDA #thrivingcoops
Thriving Co-ops Lunch & Networking 2.00pm – 3.30 Workshops; Getting started Sergio Olivares, GCDA Everything Food Claire Pritchard, GCDA Growing your Co-op Jane Stables, Cycle Training UK Community Energy Alex Germanis, Pure Leap Frog Overview of Co-op Devt London Clive Frazer, Co-ops London 3.30pm Claire Pritchard, Next steps 3.45pm GCDA Board Closing address 4.00pm GCDA AGM #thrivingcoops
John Fahy Chair GCDA #thrivingcoops
Cllr Denise Hyland Cabinet lead for Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills Royal Borough of Greenwich #thrivingcoops
TECH Alfred Purslow, Mark Medvedev, Tamika Knight, Tomi Bakare, Deniz Ronayne, Louis Slater #thrivingcoops
Stan Stearman - U-SHED #thrivingcoops
Sara Willett Lewisham Art House #thrivingcoops
Ben Lucas Co-op Council #thrivingcoops
Cooperative councils: at the cutting edge of place-based transformation By Ben Lucas, Chair of Public Services at the RSA and CCIN Development Lead
What is a cooperative model of local government? Cooperative councils draw on a diverse set of approaches, shaped by common cooperative principles, and work in partnership with communities to: • Transform relationship with communities • Build community resilience • Drive economic development, create social value & revitalise places
Examples of cooperative practice Oldham -> Building a cooperative borough through whole place transformation and local leadership Lambeth -> Cooperative commissioning in partnership with communities Sunderland -> Community leadership
The Cooperative Councils Innovation Network The CCIN is a non-party political hub for cooperative policy development, innovation and advocacy. It is a membership network for local authorities that are committed to transforming the way they work through building an equal partnership with communities. CCIN activity is focused around three key objectives: • Inform • Influence • Collaborate
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