Relationships and Power – what’s money got to do with it?
Come and find out by helping to spend £1000 in a participatory grant making session – where power for decision making is taken by YOU!
We intend to use a mini design Hack to explore simple ideas that help to build relationships, networks and or collaborations in Oxford. Ideas that you and others may bring to the session and or that have been gathered from the community attending Marmalade.
Using these ideas, participants will be asked to co-design a process that supports collective decision making as to which idea/s will be supported by the £1000.
Who is this session aimed at?
Any individual or group representatives who have an interest in supporting positive relationships and who would like to help develop more equality of voice in grant decision making processes.
Lankelly Chase Foundation (and partners) will be hosting this session as they want help in designing participatory methods that encourage equality of voice, mutual accountability and sharing of power.
No expertise required just an interest in positive social change