Cross-pollination workshop with London Rangers

We were delighted to collaborate with The Glass-House Community Led Design, and The Open University Design Group, to offer Rangers a workshop session on cross-pollination.

Cross-pollination is a creative approach to cross-sector collaboration. It focuses on helping people across sectors and organisations to come together, unearth and connect their collective skills and resources and develop ideas and action to enhance existing projects and initiatives or to co-design new ones.

10 Rangers came together to learn more about the approach, gain facilitation resources and understand the benefits of cross-pollination as a tool – looking at how delivering a session in their community could help collaboration and connection of all the work being done. You can check out a video of the session here.

Ranger Becky linked in with the cross-pollination project last year and delivered a local workshop with grassroots ecological projects in Barnet. You can read about her experience here and check out the newly developed Barnet Directory on Instagram! Plus a big thank you to Becky for linking us with the great team at The Glass-House and OU!

The session was delivered as part of the knowledge exchange project Cross-pollination: Growing cross-sector design collaboration in placemaking, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council under their Place programme. You can find more information about the project and wider work of the research via the partner websites.

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