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Outreach The table of outreach shows how we reached out to various community initiatives.

Youth mapping The 2011 census shows that the number of young people in the Globe Town area has sharply increased. Yet during our engagement activities, young people have proven to be a hard to reach group. It has commonly been cited in literature that young people feel marginalised and further alienated by the regeneration processes that radically alter the areas they live in. To ensure young people are involved in future plans for the area we conducted a youth engagement study. This provides youth engagement case studies to inform youth outreach strategies Roman Road Trust could potentially deploy in the future. (See more details in our Youth Engagement Report)

Hamper flyers We sent 10,000 hamper flyers to all households in the Roman Road West area. This enabled those who are not engaged with us via our online platforms to access information about the project whilst engaging with their high street. The hamper flyer allowed those who are not involved directly with our monthly Globe Town Common Vision workshops to get involved through an activity on their high street. They could enter the competition by filling in details on the flyer and handing to a drop off point at a local shop. Residents could also find out more about the project by visiting the Roman Road Trust website displayed on the flyer. By allowing both an online and offline sign-up, this ensures those with and without access to the Internet are reached.

Profile for Roman Road Trust

Globe Town Common Vision Report 2018  

Community development project in Globe Town, Tower Hamlets, documenting community organisation and the constitution of the a local community...

Globe Town Common Vision Report 2018  

Community development project in Globe Town, Tower Hamlets, documenting community organisation and the constitution of the a local community...

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