All One Collective & Lab would like to invite you to a series of Learning Exchanges aimed at workers and volunteers that have continued to support local communities during Covid-19 over the last year.
Dates: April 20th, 27th; May 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th
It has been a really hard time for people and organisations directly supporting communities and yet so many have gone above and beyond to meet the wide range of needs identified whether supporting people with food parcels, collecting prescriptions, digital access and knowledge, company and fun activities, adult education, training and employment support and on and on.
We would like to provide a space to reflect on your learning from the last year. To do this we will providing some great speakers as a stimulus for some small group discussions.
You can some to as many sessions that you think are relevant to you and anybody working or volunteering with communities is welcome.
To book on a session, please go to the following Eventbrite link
The sessions are as follows:
• April 20th: Partnership – how we can maximise our reach and impact through effective partnerships?
Speaker: Jayne Leech, VSI Alliance
• April 27th: Working with the public sector – how can we work more effectively with the public sector and where to local Councillors fit into this?
Speakers: Sian Rogers & Councillor Jane Scullion
• May 4th: Using the arts to promote positive mental health – case-study Verd De Gris
Speaker: Jeff Turner, Verd De Gris
• May 11th: Health Inequalities – what are the indicators of health inequalities, what have we learned through Covid-19?
Speaker: Jo Bibby, Health Foundation
• May 18th: Active Citizenship during the pandemic, what does it look like locally and globally?
Speakers: Adelle A’asante Lightup BAHC; Jan Lymer Calder Community Cares & Active Citizen’s Bangladesh
• May 25th: Community recovery – what has Covid taught us and what do our communities need going forward?
Speaker: Dr Kaya Davies Hayon, Belong Network