Renaisi - How to fund placed-based work that sticks
18 May | 13:00-14:00
Renaisi's presentation will include examples from the New Deal in the early 2000s, long-term national programmes such as Big Local and PBSA, right through to current work with Power to Change and LocalMotion.
There is no single, simple solution to resourcing the covid recovery, but we believe with place as a unifier it is possible to build a clear vision and relationships that will enable inclusive, sustainable change.
Renaisi has created, delivered, managed and evaluated place-based programmes for over 20 years. The last year, more than any other, has highlighted the importance of place-based working to support marginalised people and strengthen communities. During this one hour session, Renaisi will expand on:
Models for understanding types of place-based work
The common features of what works in place-based programmes
Steps on the journey towards sustainable change
Examples of funding models and approaches that can help to make place-based work stick.
Building on the 2020 report ‘How to Manage Funds to Best Support Long-Term, Place-Based Systemic Change’ this presentation will include examples from the New Deal in the early 2000s, long-term national programmes such as Big Local and PBSA, right through to current work with Power to Change, Local Motion and the London-based Peel Institute.
Click here to attend How to fund placed-based work that sticks.
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