A series about the place-based work that Lankelly Chase is supporting in Barking & Dagenham, Gateshead, Greater Manchester, Oxford and York.
Common Ground ran from the 28th of February until the 15th of April 2022.
It was a space for many of us involved in place-based work supported by Lankelly Chase to share our experiences and learning. We work to change ‘business as usual’, the dominant practices which result in further harm to people already subject to marginalisation.
All the content can be accessed through this page (via the links for each place, below). There is lots more at #LCCommonGround on Twitter.
Towards the end of April we will also be posting some content from the Lankelly team in conclusion/summary.
The series started in Greater Manchester
It began by exploring what a Greater Manchester liberated by healing, justice, and equity might look like…
For more information...
If you want to know more about any of the content in this series, you’re welcome to contact Renee Davis (Communications at Lankelly Chase), Cathy Stancer (lead on place-based work at Lankelly), Avril McIntyre (Barking & Dagenham), Rich Gibbons (Gateshead), Afshan D’Souza-Lodhi (GM), Sarah Cassidy (Oxford) or Emmie Wise (York)
Common Ground updates
Our place approach
We are committed to working deeply in several places around England and also work in partnership with the Corra Foundation in one place in Scotland.
Lankelly’s work in places is about changing the underlying dynamics, or the ‘way things are done’ so they are more equitable, inclusive and just.