About
We Make Camden

In the past few years, Camden has come together in new and inspiring ways to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the borough. In March 2022, we published We Make Camden – our refreshed vision for the future of Camden. It sets out what we want to collectively achieve and lead together and was developed following conversations with residents, partners and community leaders.

We Make Camden highlights the big issues facing Camden that we all agree are important, alongside practical ways we can make change together and the change we want to see in the short, medium and long term.  We’d love for as many people as possible to get involved. Find out how to get involved.

Camden Missions

Camden Missions are the long-term goals for the future of our borough that were developed in collaboration with people across Camden.  Camden has identified ten big issues facing the borough, which include four Camden Missions and six Camden Challenges.

The Missions evolved from the work of Camden’s Renewal Commission. While the Renewal Commission came to an end in 2021, we embraced its recommendations to progress these Missions so they remain at the heart of our work as we look to the future. They are long-term goals which help to break down and tackle big, complex issues across Camden.

Diversity

By 2030, those holding positions of power in Camden are as diverse as our community – and the next generation is ready to follow. Read More

Young people

By 2025, every young person has access to economic opportunity that enables them to be safe and secure. Read More

Food

By 2030, everyone eats well every day with nutritious, affordable, sustainable food. Read More

Estates and Neighbourhoods

By 2030, Camden’s estates and their neighbourhoods are healthy, sustainable and unlock creativity. Read More

How to get involved

Do you have a project or story to share and encourage other people to join? An idea you want support to get off the ground? Or you want to find out how you can get involved in your local community? We’d love to hear from you. Find out more.

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