As part of All of Us: The Mayor’s Strategy for Social Integration, we are working with local authorities to embed social integration and design principles into public service delivery, projects and policies. The 2019 Social Integration Design Lab and 2020 Social Integration Design Network bring together local authorities that wish to lead innovative practices which promote social integration in their local area and provide a stimulating space to design, test and share interventions that support a more socially integrated London.
Both the Lab and the Network are focused on supporting regeneration projects and practices that are committed to creating an environment where Londoners find it easy and beneficial to have positive and regular interactions with those around them, and to bring different groups of Londoners together through shared experiences. Through this, Londoners will be supported to develop strong, meaningful relationships as well as shared identities.
Using regeneration to shape how we all live together
The Social Integration Design Lab 2019 programme report brings together what we’ve learnt so far and showcases the work of the 17 boroughs that took part. It shares outcomes of the Lab with principles, project snapshots and recommendations to help local authorities and other regeneration partners to deliver a more accessible, welcoming and inclusive London.