Are you looking to boost your public engagement practice, or curious about how to start? Then join the skill sharing session, Community Engagement: different ways of working with community partners.
This free online session on Wednesday, 29 March 2023 between 12 and 1:30pm. The session will include case studies about different ways of working with community partners and principles of what makes a good partnership, followed by a Q&A section.
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Who is this session open to?
This programme is primarily aimed University Staff, Post-Docs, Postgraduate Students (PhD and PGT) and Public Contributors with little to no experience in public engagement but are also open to anyone wanting to know more about public engagement practice.
About the speakers:
Sally Bonnie founder of Inspire Women Oldham will share case studies of projects designed and delivered in partnerships with a group of women from Oldham, community researchers and academic researchers from Manchester universities, such as the Austerity and Altered Life-Courses project with Prof Sarah Marie Hall. She’ll be joined by Selina, StrongHer Together Associate, who plays a key part in the organisation and the projects showcased. Inspire Women is a grassroot Women’s Organisation based in Oldham, empowering women through involvement. Find more about their recent work here.
Rose Ssali, Chief Executive Officer for Support & Action Women’s Network (SAWN), will be joined by one of the women involved in ‘Sisters of Yam and Growing to Grow’ a partnership project with Dr Suryia Nayak at University of Salford. The project is amplifying the voices of Black women from Greater Manchester, building a relationship with a researcher to highlight their experiences, facilitate conversations and improve mental wellbeing through horticulture and singing. SAWN was established in 2007 to promote the welfare of Black/African women in Great Manchester. Find out more about their work here.