London Engagement Collaborative (LEC)
The LEC is a pan-London, cross-sector group looking to involve communities in the work to make London a safer, greener, and more prosperous city for all Londoners. To better embed community voices in decision making, we need to have open and honest conversations about how we engage with communities across the city.
We’re inviting local authorities, community and faith groups, funders, academics, and policymakers, to work with us to explore what are the engagement priorities for London, how engagement practice has changed and evolved in response to the pandemic and how it can shape London’s recovery.
Koreo, Dark Matter Labs, The Young Foundation and the Greater London Authority are excited to open recruitment for the 3rd cohort of Civic Futures. Civic Futures is a collective learning and discovery space for people from across London’s civic society to join a structured learning programme to explore alternative futures for communities in London.
Now in its third year, the programme is designed to bring together people who are active across London, to explore the skills, tools, methodologies, and relationships that we need to build emerging futures. From September 2022, we’ll work with up to 30 people from across London’s civil society and local government in a 15 month programme to facilitate collective learning and discovery focused on collaboration, exploration and inquiry. To learn more about the programme and apply please visit our webpages here.
Applications are open until 1pm on 4th July 2022, or you can nominate someone you think should be on the programme until the 20th of June 2022.