There are currently over 220 people in the Power Sharing Project Community of Practice. We welcome people from all walks of civil society and their experiences. There is no expected minimum commitment for being part of the Community of Practice.
As a member you will receive the Power Sharing Project newsletter and can choose to engage in activities as they arise.
SMK hosts the Power Sharing Project as a conversation. We will keep sight of the big picture whilst creating spaces for the Community of Practice to discuss their experiences, ideas and ambitions. We will be are breathing in the insights from across multiple perspectives and sharing them back into civil society.
The Core Learning Group is a smaller, more committed group of individuals who will help guide the Power Sharing Project, collaboratively co-designing all stages of the project from start to finish.
The Power Sharing Project is part of the Cornerstone Fund, which aims to ‘support collaborations and partnership approaches to bring about systems change to build stronger, more resilient communities’. The project is funded by Trust for London and City Bridge Trust. Collaborate are the learning partner for the Cornerstone Fund.