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Resourceful Communities Partnership

The Co-production Network for Wales is a member of the Resourceful Communities Partnership, you can read more about this partnership below.


Who We Are

A national forum for public and third sector organisations that help develop and promote local activities and action that improves wellbeing in communities #CommunityPower throughout Wales. The Partnership is jointly chaired by Building Communities Trust and Pembrokeshire County Council.

Logo: Resourceful Communities Partnership

Background

The Partnership began as a reference group of external partners advising Social Care Wales on its work on embedding community resilience.
It expanded during the pandemic, engaging with people from a range of organisations with remits as wide ranging as health and social care, inspection bodies, third and academic sectors.

Objectives

  • To use the knowledge and practice of members to influence policy and decision-making at local, regional and national levels, building capacity and skills within communities to increase and enhance their resourcefulness and promote Community power.
  • To bring together interest, research and practice experience to accelerate good practice in community action/activities that promote community resourcefulness and underpinned by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act 2015 and the Social Services & Wellbeing Act 2014.
  • To inform and promote the evidence base and research for action/activities that support community empowerment.

Achievements

Contact

If you would like to know about being involved in the Partnership, please contact Emma.Davies@socialcare.wales or find us on X/Twitter @ResourcefulCym

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