A broad alliance of people, groups and networks, of citizens and civil society, of community groups, experts from think tanks and academia, business people, trade union members, campaigners, artists, technology and media professionals and more have, in various ways and to varying degrees, voluntarily come together for the People’s Plan. [ PRESS RELEASE ]
There’s already lots of positive enthusiasm and collective goodwill for this innovative, shared programme and the more we all get involved, the better it will be for everybody.
So ‘who’ is not a single organisation, or a fixed group of individuals – and for this unusual, flexible, evolving configuration, it would be problematic to highlight some volunteers and the extent of their contribution, at a point in time, and not others. Please contact us if you would like further details and would like to speak with some of the people currently involved.
The ‘Why’ is our shared focus – the ‘Who’ is all of us who are willing and able to contribute and work together, building trust, confidence and capacity, for the challenge of building a better social, environmental, economic and democratic shared future for the people of Greater Manchester, with a common understanding that broader, deeper engagement and participation is both difficult and essential.