top of page
  • Writer's pictureadmin

Prioritising Public Services - MV's 2024 campaign

Hear about Mutual Ventures' campaign to stand up for public services in 2024.

At Mutual Ventures we have a clear and proud mission: to make public services better, more sustainable and more connected to communities.

We believe that high quality public services, connected to their users, is what makes strong and resilient communities.

Over the last few years, pressure has been mounting on public services and the organisations that deliver them. We see this in local government. We see this in the NHS and adult social care. And we see this across central government departments.

We are not the first to say that the need for reform is overdue. Constraints on the resource available to public services are not going away but we can do things better.

With a General Election on the horizon, it is time to stand up for public services.  

That is why, over the coming months, Mutual Ventures will be focusing on six priorities for reform. These six priorities are not a comprehensive programme for reform but they will make a big contribution.

Each month we will take a deep dive into one area, sharing insights and real-life examples through a series of interactive webinars, thought-provoking articles and podcasts. 

We would love you to join us in the conversation, starting with a debate on System and Place Leadership.

You can keep up to date with campaign and events on our Prioritising Public Services page or by following us on LinkedIn and Twitter. 

Our six priorities are:

  1. System and Place Leadership: Trusting local leaders is the best way to improve services

  2. Children’s Health: More effective local partnerships can reduce inequalities

  3. Regional Working in Children's Services: Collaboration can improve outcomes for children and families

  4. Artificial Intelligence: Values-based application of AI can transform users' experience of public services

  5. Cooperative Delivery of Public Services: Cooperative principles can shape new service models that are more connected to communities

  6. Relationship between Central and Local Government: A ‘reset’ in the relationship between central and local government can improve policy implementation.

To find out more about Prioritising Public Services and hear about our plans click here or get in touch with


bottom of page