Timebanking Wales works with public and third sector community organisations in Wales, to reinvent mutualism with time currency. Timebanking is a social instrument designed to develop a more active dialogue between community organisations and ‘people in communities’ - the intention being to move the agenda from people being ‘passive beneficiaries of community services’ to ‘active citizens for change’.
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A belated hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Natasha, thanks for joining us!
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