Recognising the innovative, collaborative work between people, organisations and institutions occuring in the communities of Leeds during Covid-19.
What are #PositivePartnerships?
The Covid-19 pandemic poses concerns for us as individuals, our organisations, communities. The unfolding picture has placed unprecedented stresses on third sector services and the health and care system as a whole. Emerging from the crisis are a multitude of positive stories, which illustrate the dynamism, creativity and effectiveness of the sector and broader health and care system in Leeds, enabling it to meet high level challenges.
The #PositivePartnerships campaign is a piece of work led by Forum Central and the Local Care Partnership Development Team. It shines a light on partnership working between third sector organisations and organisations in the city, with a particular focus on creative ways in which the system has adapted to the challenges of Covid 19. The work compliments the #TogetherLeeds campaign, which celebrates all the brilliant things happening in Leeds which brings people and communities together.
What kind of information are you looking for?
We really want you to define what a #PositivePartnership is, but you may wish to consider sharing:
- Who has supported you with your work.
- What assets have enabled you to be so dynamic.
- What barriers there have been in the implementation of change, and how you have overcome these.
How can I support the campaign?
We are encouraging all partners to share their stories of Positive Partnerships on social media using the hashtags #PositivePartnerships and #TogetherLeeds.
Examples of how you may wish to share stories include:
Blogs & Articles
Please tag @MyForumCentral in your Tweets.