- How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.
- Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.
- How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).
Joined by Mark Foster