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Partnerships

We collaborate with a wide range of organisations to give our community the best opportunities and solutions.

Partnerships

We collaborate with a wide range of organisations to give our community the best opportunities and solutions.

Collaboration makes us stronger

Partnerships are crucial to the work that we do and that of the voluntary sector. We see all collaborative working as invaluable opportunities to share information, bring people together, address gaps in service provision and trial new initiatives.

Selby District Partnership

Partnerships we chair

Equality and Advice Network

Working in collaboration with Citizen’s Advice, this partnership brings together statutory and VCSE organisations from throughout the District. Together we share information, insights and develop best practices across all issues surrounding equality, diversity, inclusion and access to services.

Bringing together statutory and VCSE organisations from throughout the District, the anti-poverty partnership responds to the impact of poverty in our community. Currently, our key areas of focus are:

  • The impact of Covid-19
  • Financial insecurity
  • Food Poverty
  • Digital exclusion
Anti Poverty Partnership
Dementia Action Group

The Dementia Action Group provides a collaborative environment for cross-sector action, supporting people with dementia and their carers, whilst championing organisations and groups working in this area.

Addressing long-term challenges and opportunities for action, to enable a more sustainable future for our communities. Current areas of focus include:

  • Community action on climate change
  • Community green spaces and biodiversity
  • Circular Towns Initiative
  • Our Zero Selby
Police Independent Advisory Group

IAGs are made up of independent community members from a wide range of diverse backgrounds that best represent North Yorkshire’s communities.  They meet regularly and act as a critical friend to North Yorkshire Police. They are consulted on a number of policing areas including hate crime and issues affecting people with protected characteristics such as race, religion, disability and sexual orientation.

We are here to help!

To find out more about any of the above partnerships, or to tell us about one we should be involved with, please contact us.
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