Shifting Power

  • Advocate for the use of lived/living experience at all relevant opportunities.

  • Support people in need of funding or travel to be included in opportunities they would otherwise miss out on.

  • Support organisations to have access to relevant lived experience experts when they identify a need.

  • Ensure the inclusion of a diversity of people with lived experience by understanding the existing lived experience groups and finding people to fill any gaps.

  • Champion the removal of barriers to accessing services.

 

 

Equality treats all people in the same way.

Equity treats people differently according to their needs, in order to achieve more equal outcomes.

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Image One shows two pictures of three people looking over a fence at a baseball match. In the first picture, labelled ‘Equality’ they are standing on boxes that are the same size. The tallest person has a clear view. The middle person can see over the fence, but the smallest person cannot. In the second image, labelled ‘Equity’ the taller person’s box has been moved to the smaller person, who can now see over the fence.

Key Principles of the SCALE Network

Learning Together

Working Together

Shifting Power

Ring of Light Bulbs
Bees at Work
Holding Hands

Contact Information:

The Co-Production Lead for the SCALE Network is Catherine McGill
(Pronouns: They/Them; She/Her; He/Him)

Complete our online registration form for the SCALE Network (Should take approximately eight minutes)

OR

Email: catherine.mcgill@capitalproject.org

Telephone: 07821 659575