Upcoming London for All events

Networked City

22nd February, 9.30am - 1.00pm, City Hall

A Space to Think - London for All Annual Conference

1st March 2017 9:30am-4:30pm (followed by Networking and Drinks)
Ort House Conference Centre NW1 7NE

Networked City

22nd February, 9.30am - 1.00pm, City Hall
This half day event will present proposals on how to blend social action and digital technology. Join us to engage with our exploration into making London a more Networked City, where citizens can connect with new opportunities and use innovative methods to collaborate for social good.
 
Through presentations and group discussion we will be explore how social network mapping, self organising and digital technology can be combined with well-tried methods for local community development. We also aim to map and help connect existing initiatives in this field, making the most of London’s enormous assets and creativity. We will also be joined by Matthew Ryder QC, Deputy Mayor, Social Integration, Social Mobility, Community Engagement.
 
You can read more about the work and thinking behind Networked City HERE.
 

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A Space to Think - London for All Annual Conference

1st March 2017 9:30am-4:30pm (followed by Networking and Drinks)
Ort House Conference Centre NW1 7NE
LVSC, Women's Resource Centre, Lasa, HEAR Human Rights and Equalities Network and Race on the Agenda invite you to join us for our final London for All conference.
 
This event will give participants a space to reflect on what we have learned over the past 4 years of the London for All programme: to consider what type of support has been most effective in enabling participants/organisations deal with the complex challenges that face them and how we can continue to offer appropriate support over the coming years.
 
The event will also discuss the future priorities and challenges for Londoners and the organisations (VCS, Statutory and private) that support them and identify how we can use past learning and experience to ensure a more equal, healthy and flourishing London.
 
Using a mixture of case studies and discussion the event aims to:
  • Highlight examples of good practice and learning from the London for All programme
  • Identify key challenges for Londoners and the organisations that support them over the coming years 
  • Identify how we can use what we have learned to build effective support for Londoners and VCS organisations 
 
Confirmed speakers include:
  • Laura Brown (Team London)
  • Sufina Ahmed (City Bridge Trust)
  • Sacha Rose-Smith (The Big Lottery)

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