"Social Enterprise Solidarity - learning from each other"
Course Code: HG181115
Course Date:18th November 2015
Date: 18 November 2015
Time: 09:30 – 16:00
Location: University of Greenwich, SE10 9LZ
This event focuses on Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s) learning from each other on how to take action in addressing the economic and social challenges being faced by communities.
This event aims to develop the capacity of the academic community to put to action their ideas and research projects to scale up social impact.
Delegates who attend his event will have the opportunity to:
Hear case studies of social enterprise projects run by academics and staff.
Learn how to achieve social impact by operating and partnering internationally.
Hear about the steps on the stages of taking social entrepreneurial action.
Collaborate, network and talk about social enterprise ideas.
Developing a curriculum for real world problems, Chris Durkin, Northampton University
Using Local Resources to Increase Social Impact, Charles Oham, University of Greenwich.
Increasing impact through Solidarity: a case study on effective partnerships in Greece, Ioannis Nasioulas, Northampton University.
Any queries please contact Martina Kirova (M.Kirova@Kingston.ac.uk)
The cost to attend this event is £160.00. Delegates from a HEEG subscribing institution can attend FREE.
Please see the list of subscribing institutions below:
Anglia Ruskin University
City University London
London South Bank University
Queen Mary University of London
Southampton Solent University
University of Brighton
University of Chichester
University College London
University of Greenwich