Making the Links – poverty, ethnicity and social networks
Feedback workshop – Tuesday, March 19th 2013 Kendal Town Hall
Organised in association with and following on from the
South Lakes Equality and Diversity Partnership
This research project has looked at how people from different ethnic communities use networks (of all kinds) to move out of poverty and find social support. This might involve connections with friends, family and members of the wider community to gain employment, to sustain businesses or obtain capital assets.
This workshop provides an opportunity to hear about what we have found out from interviews, observations and conversations with various agencies. We are also interested in your views about how we can use these findings can be interpreted and implemented in practice.
11.30am Presentation of findings – Alison Gilchrist
12.00pm Questions and answers
1.00pm Discussion (possibly in small groups) focused on key themes to identify implications from the research and recommendations for changes in policy and practice.
1.45pm Plenary session - drawing together some conclusions
2.15pm Next steps and ideas for dissemination
2.30pm Close of session
Please fill in the booking form below if you are interested in participating in this workshop.
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