Innovation and Creativity for Collaborative Peacebuilding Event – Transform for Change

Date: Thursday 10th June 2021

Time: 9:30am – 1:00pm

Join us online for an inspiring networking event that will bring together innovative speakers sharing their experiences and benefits of collaborative working.

This event will be an opportunity to connect with fellow participants from the Belfast PEACE IV Transform for Change programme and learn how local communities have developed solutions to issues.

Tim Kendrick, Head of Community Development at Fife Council, together with colleagues from Kirkaldy, will share best practices and experiences of Community Hubs and creative approaches to area working.

Mark McKergow from Village in the City, Edinburgh, will provide insights into building micro local communities, developing Host Leadership and solution-focused change methods.

Local communities across the city will share their successes of involvement in the PEACE IV Transform for Change programme.

You will have the chance to connect with others and be part of effective cross-sectoral approaches to peacebuilding.

If you are interested in joining this session, please register below.

REGISTRATION FORM

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