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Lankelly Chase
Lankelly Chase is an independent charitable foundation focused on tackling severe and multiple disadvantage
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nora bateson May 28
A one minute video poem on systems change.
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Barking & Dagenham Giving May 22
📢 We are excited to announce that the £100,000 Barking and Dagenham Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund is now open! Grants range from £100 to £5,000. Apply today:
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Sarah Hughes FMHC May 26
Poverty and debt driving young women to self-harm – survey | Mental health. A great report from our friends over ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ challenging the view that is the main cause of evidence says
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Joe Baldock May 22
Issue 5 of The Creative Post is out for delivery tomorrow morning!🎉 Each week we aim to create community, inspire creativity, reduce social isolation and to signpost humans living in to important support services in a way that doesn't digitally exclude
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Kamaldeep Bhui CBE May 22
Coronavirus – An Outbreak of Creativity – Arts and minds ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Lankelly Chase May 22
Does anyone in our network live in ?
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Joy Francis May 19
Replying to @WordsofColour
Kickstarting our programme, Kenny Mammarella-D'Cruz will host a Zoom session on Conscious , exploring the gift of created by the crisis. 26 May | 2-3PM | FREE →
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Lankelly Chase May 20
To all of you (and us at LC) who missed out on signing up to storytelling for impact webinar...we can now put our names on a waiting list whilst the team figure out a way to increase capacity. Hurrah!
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Replying to @GoodOrgCIC
I love the sounds of tours. I completely agree about self-advocacy and enhanced voice. I think it's important in our storytelling that it isn't about people telling the story of their past, but it's focuses on now, what's changed, and the story they want to tell.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
It has been such a pleasure taking part in today's - it's made Tuesday feel like Friday! Thanks so much and everyone else for reading and responding. And for those interested in Storytelling, don't forget to sign up for our webinar:
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Hi we will be chatting about it more as part of a webinar we are holding on storytelling on 3 June. But I'm always up for a chat if helpful to discuss.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Replying to @OxfordHub
We're really looking forward to sharing these stories, and thinking deeply about them with others across Oxford to see what we can learn and how they can help influence and shape decisions around how we work in the future.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Our team of brilliant story collectors have so far collected stories from volunteers, recipients of services, council employees, staff and others, and it's been an incredibly insightful and affirming process.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
We are in the midst of story collecting with , and there have been lots of learning curves -how to build relationships over Zoom, carry out storytelling in partnership, and how to make sure that with theses changes we hold onto the depth and richness of the stories.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Replying to @LankellyChase
Everyone involved in the response has stories to tell about what it has meant for them. Through storytelling we're trying to capture these stories so that different voices and perspectives are heard, and so that the learning from these experiences informs how work in the future.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Replying to @LankellyChase
It has resulted in people working together in new and previously unforeseen ways, and has involved many fast, steep learning curves.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Replying to @OxfordCity
provides practical, phone and wider community support for people who are high-risk and self-isolating. This involves the collaboration of , partner Orgs, local businesses and over 5000 volunteers.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
Storytelling has been a big part of our work over the past few months. We’ve been working in partnership with our friends at to collect the stories of people involved in - Oxford’s community response to Covid-19.
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Lankelly Chase May 19
How do others use storytelling in their work? What other creative approaches to evaluation are people using?
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Lankelly Chase May 19
If you want to find out more about the Storytelling Methodology and how we use it at , we will be holding a free webinar on how to use stories to measure impact on 3 June which you can sign up for here:
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