This one-day participatory workshop will take place on 25th April 2019 at the University of Leeds, bringing together equity networks working separately in areas related to inequalities, poverty, and social mobility and inclusion. The event will investigate the possibilities for what networks focused around education, health, employment, transport and excluded populations could achieve by uniting to explore key issues of our time.
- Can challenges such as poverty, racism, health inequalities and mobility inclusion be addressed holistically rather than through fragmented approaches and, if so, how?
- Can collaboration across diverse equity networks inform a focus on particular populations or places?
- Can different networks involving activists, researchers, policymakers and public service practitioners increase their impact and the resources available to them by working together?
- Can collaboration lead to shared definitions and consistent approaches in areas where these are missing?
You can view a full programme and register for this event here.