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Solidarity by Design

This document is meant to spark conversations and stimulate thinking around the mission-oriented framework, including the fundamentals about "mission": evolution, concept and some lessons. This deck also serves the purpose of systematising questions from Camden Council, step-by-step implementation recommendations and case studies.

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Solidarity by Design

  1. 1. Experience, experiment & embed Working at the pace of our neighbourhoods
  2. 2. Camden is at the centre of a unique network of civic infrastructure
  3. 3. We are exploring how we transition
  4. 4. How has your relationship changed to the neighbourhood you live in? Dan Hill, www.medium.com/@cityofsound
  5. 5. We want to move from scaling at the pace of the emergency…
  6. 6. …to scaling at the pace of the neighbourhood
  7. 7. What neighbourhoods do we want to live in?
  8. 8. What changes are we seeing… Ability to use technology and increase in people moving around to work & live could affect how they can look after themselves & each other, creating higher levels of transience Neighbourhoods could become polarised between affluent adults and poorer families in social housing, creating the need for mixed housing for inclusive communities Change in family, friendship and work structures could affect where & how people spend live and work, affecting how we build housing & commercial space Increase in self-employment and people with multiple care responsibilities could blur boundaries between work & leisure, affecting people’s ability to commute
  9. 9. …in how people live and work? People could be drawn into pooling their resources with people like them, to save money and belong to a community, creating the need for flexible make/storage/workspace Reduction of car ownership could free up space currently used for cars & parking could be freed up for other uses, such as public space or development Digital transformation could automate jobs in the city centre in finances & management, while changes in tourism could further increase short-term residential lettings Consumer & leisure activities could increasingly be provided “on demand” either online, in public spaces or people’s homes, potentially reducing need for high street spaces
  10. 10. What changes are we seeing in councils?
  11. 11. Self Sufficient Networked Isolated Personalised How do we develop resilient neighbourhoods?
  12. 12. How do we grow the long tail of solidarity?
  13. 13. How do we enable people to imagine & experience what they want to see in the neighbourhoods?
  14. 14. How do we experiment ways that bring to life the neighbourhoods we want to live in?
  15. 15. How do we embed & scale infrastructure at the pace of our neighbourhoods?
  16. 16. How can we reinvent the everyday roles we play in our neighbourhoods? www.slideshare.net/localinnovation www.medium.com/@noelito www.twitter.com/noelito

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