Have your say in a new strategy for the social economy of Greater Lincolnshire

Have your say in a new strategy for the social economy of Greater Lincolnshire

Bishop Grosseteste University are involved in a piece of work funded by Lincolnshire County Council and the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership to draw up a strategy for the social economy of Greater Lincolnshire.

As a part of this work, BGU’s Lincolnshire Open Research and Innovation Centre team would like to speak to representatives from a number of local social economy organisations to gather information on their organisations, and on their experiences of working in the social economy via a telephone interview.

Due to the varied nature of this sector, they are keen to speak to representatives from both formally constituted organisations, such as charities, mutuals and community interest companies, as well as more informal groups, such as time banks and other forms of exchange.

At this stage in the research they would particularly welcome the views of unincorporated/informally constituted social economy groups, CIC, LLPs, and CIOs.

They would also be particularly interested in speaking to organisations which support marginalised groups within the community of Greater Lincolnshire.

If your organisation would be interested in participating in, or just finding out more about, this piece of research, please email loric@bishopg.ac.uk

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