Policy Labs & Prototypes
2018-9 Policy Labs
Would you like to collaborate with other CCIN members to find co-operative solutions to the challenges facing local government? Is there a co-operative idea that you would like to run in your local area? If yes, we want to hear from you!
As a CCIN member you can apply for up to £10,000 to deliver a Policy Lab. This could be anything from co-operative approaches to tackling food poverty to initiatives that put communities back at the heart of local decision making. We are open to all ideas, the more innovative the better!
So what do we need from you? If you have an idea, please complete the expression of interest form below, telling us about your idea for a Policy Lab. Deadline for receipt of funding bids is Friday 16th November 2018.
In 2016 the Network welcomed applications to deliver two types of project:
Policy Prototypes which are smaller projects delivered in a locality on behalf of the Network and eligible for up to £1,500 of funding.
Policy Labs which were bigger collaborative pieces of work that CCIN members worked on together, and eligible for up to £10,000 of funding
Policy Labs and Prototypes – Round 1:
- Welcoming and helping refugees and asylum seekers (Culture School) – Cardiff Council
- Closing the Education Gap – The City of Edinburgh Council
- Telford Mental Health Forum – Telford & Wrekin Council
- Co-operative Performance Framework (Final report) The co-operative ideal (slides) – Oldham Council
- Co-operative Peer Challenge – Plymouth City Council
- Housing Commission – Community-Led Housing: a Key Role for Local Authorities (Final report) www.ccinhousing.co.uk – Croydon Council
- From Co-operative Councils to Co-operative Places – Collaborate & Oldham Council
- Beyond Asset Transfer and CCIN Community Asset Transfer Report Final draft May 2108 – Newcastle City Council