Building Community Capacity – Empowering and engaging communities: Birmingham event

Posted by on June 4, 2015 in Home Page, Workforce | 1 comment

Title:

Building Community Capacity – Empowering and engaging communities: Birmingham event

Organiser:

Think Local Act Personal

Description:

Everyone agrees that building community capacity is vital to achieving sustainable health and wellbeing. Whilst there are some excellent examples of innovation, it is clear that system wide support is needed if the sector is to progress at scale and pace.

After many years involvement in promoting community capacity building, Think Local Act Personal and partners from Public Health England, NHSE, NHS Alliance and Coalition for Collaborative Care are delighted to invite you to participate in a ‘Empowering and engaging communities’ event.

Date:

14/07/2015 – 14/07/2015

Registration closing date:

07/07/2015

Additional information

Description:

It would be very helpful if you could say a few words about the challenges you face in your area with building community capacity building. This will help us to tailor the event around specific shared themes. Do mention opportunities too!

Please send your comments to Corinne Moutou at Corinne.Moutou@scie.org.uk.

Event contact details

Contact name:

Corinne Moutou

Venue

Name:

Jury’s Inn Birmingham

Address:

245 Broad Street
Birmingham
West Midlands
UK, B1 2HQ

Tel:

(+44 121) 626 0626

Fax:

(+44 121) 626 0627

Contact name:

Events team
Programme information

Audience:

Who should attend: Health and Wellbeing Boards, NHSE Commissioners, Voluntary Sector Providers.

We encourage several representatives from each locality to attend including citizen and voluntary sector representation. This approach will enable focused discussion and support the development of a local action plan.

Event administrator:

Corinne Moutou
See http://www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/Events/Detail/?eventID=727 for further event and booking details.

1 Comment

  1. lack of funding / finance is the greatest hurdel in building community capacity. Also people employed in community development roles rarley have the authority to secure resources for expected change.

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