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RSA Citizen power Peterborough: Impact and learning report

RSA Citizen power Peterborough: Impact and learning report

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The final report in a project which sought to generate the conditions for a step change in citizen engagement, addressing both the broader challenges of engagement and the specific ones for Peterborough.
The final report in a project which sought to generate the conditions for a step change in citizen engagement, addressing both the broader challenges of engagement and the specific ones for Peterborough.

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Published by: The RSA on Oct 04, 2013
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CITIZEN POWER PETERBOROUGH
IMPACT AND LEARNING
MATTHEW TAYLOR AND SAM McLEANSEPTEMBER 2013
www.thersa.org
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Contents
Acknowledgements
2
Citizen Power Peterborough partners
3
1. Citizen Power Peterborough
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2. The seven strands
10
3. Becoming citizen powered
27
4. Conclusion
34
Appendix: case study
36
Citizen Power Peterborough team
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Citizen Power Peterborough
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Acknowledgements
Citizen Power Peterborough was a substantial undertaking. There aremany people to thank. Special thanks to Peterborough City Council andArts Council England; whose investment made the project possible.We would also like to extend our gratitude to RSA Fellows, theArts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the Esmée FairbairnFoundation, the Tudor Trust, the Department or Communities and LocalGovernment, and Cross Keys Homes or their nancial support.Citizen Power Peterborough achieved what it did because o the tal-ents, commitment and resilience o the project team, our RSA colleaguesand the Map Consortium. Special thanks to Jocelyn Cunningham or hercomments on and improvements to this report and the leadership role shehas played throughout.Thanks also to the AHRC Fellows (Proessor Ben Rogaly and Dr MarkRoberts) and the many external project managers and artists that led onspecic strands over the lietime o the project.Finally, and most importantly, thanks to the thousands o people inPeterborough whom we had the privilege o working with and beriend-ing over the past ew years.

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