Voice and Influence – A new model for communities of interest consultation...

5 September, 2017

Bristol City Council will be allocating £392,000 through the Bristol Impact Fund to empower communities to reduce disadvantage and inequality, using influence and participation as a way to achieve this.

Together with the Mayor’s vision for the city, and the Bristol Impact Fund objective to improve inequality and disadvantage, we are asking you as Bristol citizens what factors you think the new service needs to address to ensure communities can have a voice that is heard, thereby creating a more equitable city.

We are proposing that in the future a consortium of organisations work together to develop a voice and influence participation model. This could better address the themes common to a range of equalities groups. We also want the new service to work with people who experience poverty and disadvantage.

Please see a link to the consultation document, and supporting documents here: https://bristol.citizenspace.com/resources/voice-and-influence/.

WHEN

Mon 11 September 2017

12:00 – 15:00

WHERE

City Hall

Writing Room

Bristol

BS1 5TR

 

AIM OF THE EVENT

1. To explain the draft commissioning plan, consultation timescales and answer questions about the proposal.

2. To provide information on bidding models and collaborative arrangements

WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON THE DAY

The event will be separated into two parts. The first half will be dedicated to presenting the draft commissioning plan, with a question and answer session; the second will provide an opportunity to network for those who are considering bidding for a contract.

To book your place please click here

 

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