Creating Connections East: UK 2070 Commission on Inequalities
Monday 10 June 2019 15:00 – 17:00
Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, Bethnal Green, E2 6HG
Creating Connections is a regular networking event bringing people together from UCL with representatives of community organisations, charities, residents’ groups, social enterprises and statutory organisations. For our next event, we’re teaming up with the UK2070 Commission, an independent inquiry into social and economic inequality in the UK. We warmly invite you to join us.
We’ve still got some spaces available – find out more and sign up at studentsunionucl.org/volunteering/about/creating-connections/creating-connections-east
And if you know anyone else at UCL who might be interested, please do feel free to pass on this invitation.
Topics will include:
Local talent & skills: Come and talk to people interested in: how to nurture local skills, ensuring local talent is part of the economic future, support for vocational training, how universities can support local job markets, how we can help people overcome barriers to entering the workforce.
New technology: Come and talk to people interested in: how new technology can create new jobs, how the Voluntary and Community sector can benefit from new technology, how schools can prepare young people for technological change, how data science can be utilised by communities, what opportunities are there in clean tech?
Local cultural and sporting sectors: Come and talk to people interested in: how to engage under-represented groups in the cultural and sporting activities; what role universities have in the cultural and sporting sectors; the role of culture and sport in economic development.
Supporting projects for the future: Come and talk to people interested in: What types of projects would transform east London for long term success? What services and activities should local decision-makers focus on? What would success look like in east London?
This is a short networking event for people interested in these issues – a starting point for finding like-minded people you might want to collaborate with. It’s intended for experts, beginners and everyone in between. It’s not a conference and there won’t be long plenary speeches or workshops!
Light refreshments will be provided.
Find out more and register at:
If you’ve any questions or comments about the event, contact John Braime at Students’ Union Volunteering Service (email@example.com) , Briony Fleming in UCL’s Public Engagement Unit (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lucy Natarajan from UCL / UK 2070 (email@example.com)