Angela Fell was joined by colleagues, friends and neighbours from Netherton and Springfield to explore the practical work done by these communities in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. The examples demonstrate the power of self-organising neighbourhoods. You can read more about some of the examples from Netherton in the blogs available on L30 Community Centre website. The slides from the talks are below.
The webinar was recorded on 13th July 2020.
Members of Norwich City Enabling Team and Adam Murray of the Old Library Wood community group share their experiences of trying to enable community action, participation and control.
This webinar explores a growing innovative effort to develop community across the Spanish speaking world in work led by Plena Inclusion and many other partners.
Caroline Richardson and Simon Duffy outline a practical approach for making sure basic income works for disabled people and others who face extra costs.
John Gillespie, with Susanne Hughes, describes how community development and improvement must begin by putting local people in control.
Rachel Payling, Wendy Lowder and Annabelle Macfadyen joined Angela Fell of the Neighbourhood Democracy Movement.