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Published on March 17, 2009

Author: digitalemuseer

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Præsentation af Laura Philips v. ODM formidlingsmøde 17-03-09

Community Partnerships at The British Museum Working with older adults

 

 

Map of London Borough of Camden comparing local areas of deprivation to national averages. Deprivation based upon: Employment, Income, Health and disability, Education, skills and training, Barriers to Housing and Services, Living Environment & Crime. Eight of Camden’s local areas are in the 10% most deprived in England

Discussion points How is outreach initiated? How is outreach planned? How is outreach financed? What are the benefits – why do it? How do we evaluate our programmes? How do we ensure sustainability? What else?

How is outreach initiated?

How is outreach planned?

How is outreach financed?

What are the benefits – why do it?

How do we evaluate our programmes?

How do we ensure sustainability?

What else?

Camden Chinese Community Centre

Discussion and dialogue

Intergenerational work

 

Ghanaian consultation “ (help) people coming from Ghana to know ourselves” “ this is not information I could get from books”

Over 55s afternoons in the Museum

Space

One word one question what you think it is where you think it is from how might it be used?

 

Key points Honesty Ethics Dialogue Respect Reciprocity Expectation management Courting and advocacy (inside and out) Relationships and partnerships - sustainability Tailor your work Strategy Experiment and pilot Support network

Honesty

Ethics

Dialogue

Respect

Reciprocity

Expectation management

Courting and advocacy (inside and out)

Relationships and partnerships - sustainability

Tailor your work

Strategy

Experiment and pilot

Support network

Working with over 55s Leave preconceptions aside – not a homogenous group Activity Plan to have fun – humour is essential Imaginations and creativity Don’t always focus on the remembered past Excite and stimulate Challenge Ask! Allow different levels of engagement Access Work on and offsite and try to target a mix of easier and harder to reach.

Leave preconceptions aside – not a homogenous group

Activity

Plan to have fun – humour is essential

Imaginations and creativity

Don’t always focus on the remembered past

Excite and stimulate

Challenge

Ask!

Allow different levels of engagement

Access

Work on and offsite and try to target a mix of easier and harder to reach.

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