LocalMotion Learning and Knowledge Exchange Partner: invitation for proposals

Lincoln City Foundation

LocalMotion is a collaboration of six funders, and people in six places in England and Wales, who have come together to tackle the deep-rooted causes of injustice in communities in a more joined up, radical way.

We are looking to appoint a "Learning and Knowledge Exchange Partner" to create a collegiate learning and knowledge exchange framework, rooted in action, that reaches across the six LocalMotion places and funders, but also beyond, to build a network of people who can champion each other, provide constructive challenge, and celebrate learning together.

We are open to proposals from individuals, organisations or collaborations who best meet the requirements of the brief. This contract is for two years to support LocalMotion’s development phase, and we have allocated a total budget over the two years of £75,000 pa including VAT. We would expect the contract to begin around 1 January 2022 and end on 31 October 2023.

The deadline for initial expressions of interest for this role is 5pm on Friday 3rd December 2021.

Read the full invitation for proposals

If you have any questions about the contract, please get in touch by emailing: Helen.Taylor@localmotion.org.uk.


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