On Monday 5th February, 85 people from 15 member institutions attended Citizens:mk’s 2018 Delegates Assembly.
Several moving testimonies were presented and four proposals were made for new campaign goals, all of which were formally approved by a majority of institutions present:
- House the Homeless (new campaign)
- Life Skills for Young People (new campaign)
- Mental Health (continuing)
- Fight Against Hate (continuing).
Pledges were also received for attendance at two upcoming assemblies to address power holders:
|Institution||Pledged Turnout at SleepOut Assembly (House the Homeless campaign) 16.3.18||Pledged Turnout at annual Accountability Assembly 24.4.18|
|Church of Christ the Cornerstone||15||15|
|Jubilee Wood Primary School||4||15|
|Middle East Cultural Group||4|
|MK Muslim Association||5||15|
|MK Quaker Meeting||5||15|
|St. Augustine’s RC Church|
|St. Frideswide’s Church||5||5|
|St. Monica’s Catholic Primary School||5|
|St. Paul’s Catholic School||10||10|
|Stantonbury Ecumenical Partnership|
|Summerfield Primary School||2||20|
|Truby’s Garden Tea Room||5||10|
|YMCA Milton Keynes.||25||5|
In Evaluation immediately after the event, participants agreed a score of 7/10 for the assembly.