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Future Forums

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Open forums: explore subject matter relevant to organisations large and small with a wide range of purposes; these occur quarterly.  Content is responsive to need and agendas based on dialogue with local organisations. Each forum also features an ‘Open Space’ where organisations can bring news from their projects or raise concerns or issues they would like to discuss with their peers.

Should your organisation like to raise a topic for the open forum or contribute to Open Space please contact: info@strive.me.uk

The current schedule of open forums is as follows

November 18 2015 Open Forum Evaluation (PilotLight)
Why are we doing it and are we getting it right? Sharing good practice and new techniques.
Open Space
NB This event has now been postponed and will run as a workshop session at our Conference next Spring.  Keep an eye on our e-Bulletin for an announcement of the date.
February 24 2016 Open forum Risk aware not risk adverse?Explore risk, responsibility and mitigation with the experts.
Open Space
Booking  to open shortly if you would like to express interest in advance please contact admin@strive.me.uk

 

Themed Forums: specific forums will run over the course of the year providing the opportunity for more client-based/ issue specific conversations. Each will involve opportunities to hear from others and raise issues you would like to discuss with your peers.

 

October 29 2015
10am – 12 noon
Youth Forum Recognising and rewarding young people
Introductions/updatesLooking at current practice and hearing from different reward providers.
Booking  to open shortly if you would like to express interest in advance please contact admin@strive.me.uk
November Health and Wellbeing Forum TBC Booking  to open shortly if you would like to express interest in advance please contact admin@strive.me.uk

 

Additional events will also provide the opportunities for the Third Sector to voice their opinions on issues impacting the Third sector and STRiVE will be hosting a series of events with Oliver Escobar of the University of Edinburgh to develop participation within the Third Sector. These meetings may influence the structure of the above forums.

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