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1 December, 10am to 4pm, Online on Zoom
For London's small charities and community organisations
Small charities, community groups and grassroots leaders have a wealth of lived experience, community intelligence and expertise in supporting local people who experience the impacts of poverty and inequality.
Sharing the insights we’ve gathered and communicating these with passion, confidence and the right framing is part of a crucial fight for a fairer capital.
Where is the power in data? will help you learn key skills in communicating community data, sharing your knowledge and amplifying your voices to influence change whenever and wherever you can.
10am: Keynote speaker, Trust for London
Johanna Cronin, Head of Communications at Trust for London, joins us to share how Trust for London use and share data and the voice of lived experience to influence change.
45 minute masterclasses
Our masterclasses will be at 10.45am, 11.45am, 1.55pm and 2.55pm.
The following 45 minute workshops will build your capacity to explore change, confidently talk about it and gain insights into influencing the people that can do something about the issues your communities face.
Each gives you practical resources, tailored for small charities and community groups.
Small charity showreel
After lunch we'll hear from small organisations that are using data and sharing the voice of lived experience to bring important issues to light.
1.55pm afternoon masterclasses start
We come together at the end of a special day for final thoughts and sharing.