Showing Support for Working Together at the Celtic Seas Scale

As the Celtic Seas Partnership project nears completion many of the stakeholders who have been involved with the project have told the project team that they would like to see face-to-face engagement at the Celtic Seas scale continue after the project finishes.

In today’s economic climate, getting the resources to make this happen will be a challenge, however there are risks and costs to not engaging at this scale. To support the case for resources the Celtic Seas Partnership team need to demonstrate the level of support that exists for engagement at this scale to continue. To do this they have created a statement of support that they are asking interested stakeholders to sign-up to. The hope is that the statement can then be used to encourage relevant organisations to provide the support and/or resources to make it happen.

The statement:

“The Celtic Seas Partnership has given me the opportunity to build important relationships across borders and with different sectors, and to collaborate on worthwhile projects. The workshops have provided a neutral place to have open conversations and problem solve for issues facing the Celtic Seas. I would like to see the workshops continue and commit to being an engaged stakeholder.”

You can sign-up on behalf of your organisation or as an individual. For more information follow this link.

Please note: signing up to this statement doesn’t imply endorsement of the Celtic Seas Partnership project outputs. And you can indicate support for the concept of working together at this scale even if you haven’t previously been engaged during the life of the project.

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