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Free seminar - Community Engagement: What’s the problem?

 
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Free seminar - Community Engagement: What’s the problem?
by Lorna Renton - Monday, 11 September 2017, 5:15 PM
 

Opportunity to attend a free seminar on -  Community Engagement: What’s the problem?

Seminar will be held on Friday 22 September   2:00-4:30
Venue - G43, Patersons Land, Moray House, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8AQ


Seminar will be chaired by Mae Shaw of Edinburgh University
Speakers:
Sarah Beattie-Smith - Green activist, writer and artist
Mick Doyle – Head of Programmes, Scottish Community Development Centre, Glasgow
Anne O’Donnell – LEARN Co-ordinator, CAPS Independent Advocacy
Neil Saddington – Senior Lifelong Learning & Employability Worker, Midlothian
Poet Jo MacFarlane, Community Education Graduate and Survivor Poet


See attached flyer for further details


To book a place contact mae.shaw@ed.ac.uk


You may also be interested in a free publication – Community Engagement: A Critical Guide for Practitioners.  Written by Mae Shaw and Jim Crowther.

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Re: Free seminar - Community Engagement: What’s the problem?
by Marj Clark - Friday, 15 September 2017, 4:48 PM
 

Hi Lorna,


This sounds really interesting! Best of luck with it and I will see if I can arrange to come along. Thanks for sharing!

I had noticed from previous Erasmus+ related posts that you were interested in finding out more regarding international work. Xchange Scotland and YouthLink Scotland are putting on an Erasmus+ workshop in the Melting Pot in Edinburgh on 19/9 - I posted a link on a forum post but you're most welcome to come along and have a chat with us! We promise lunch, tea, biscuits and engaging discussions!

Sign up is here in case you miss my forum post: 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/xchange-scotland-and-youthlink-scotland-13577706261


Kind regards,


Marj Clark

Xchange Scotland


Kind regards,


Marj Clark

Xchange Scotland