Thriving Communities Partnership aims to build deeper connections, networks for collaboration and platforms for collective learning and action to unite and shape a system around what works better for people.
In 2020, TCP welcomed a genuine commitment and keen desire to build deeper connections as a vital component to scaling our efforts for those experiencing vulnerability. It is truly remarkable that through the strength of our relationships and collective commitment, together we are better.
Anyone can experience vulnerability over their lifetime...
- Individual - certain factors put people at a greater risk of experiencing vulnerability
- Organisational - organisations can either support people to thrive or increase harm when people experience crisis.
- Ecosystematic - society’s challenges have become more interconnected than ever before
Tackling vulnerability and hardship in the community is not an easy job. Collaboration on research and projects are vital to inform the way we support vulnerable communities and achieve our shared vision.
There is a genuine commitment from a range of organisations that are already supporting vulnerable people. But no matter how good our programs and intentions, working in parallel isn’t enough – the only way to bring significant change to the root causes of vulnerability and poverty is to work together in new ways.
We need to collaborate across sectors, bringing governments, the community sector and business together on projects that identify and reduce vulnerability, strengthening our community and economy.
This is your gateway to access and participate in projects addressing vulnerability, hardship and inclusion around Australia. In this project space you can connect and collaborate by starting and contributing to discussions, sharing documents. You can also follow the development of projects as they progress from conception through planning to implementation.
If you would like to participate or initiate a project, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org