What is a Sharing Day?
Sharing Days are an opportunity to come and see our work with communities in action.
They showcase our work across system – from health to transport, community food to climate action, and provide an opportunity to meet with participants and hear their stories.
Typically, a sharing day will include:
- Introduction to our work
- Visit to activities in the community (e.g., community cafés, learn to ride sessions, parks interventions or health settings)
- Our approach to insight and data collection
- Working with partners across the systems
- Debrief and Reflection
TAWS Sharing Days are open to organisations, funders, practitioners, policymakers and partners who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the work we do with communities.