Upcoming Event: “BME Communities and #Climate Change” conference #Manchester Fri 22nd March

BME Communities and Climate Change

Friday 22nd March at London Scottish House, Mount Street, Manchester 9.30am – 2pm.

This conference looks at the impact of Climate Change on local communities and will be of interest to everyone. It has been organised by a partnership of MBMEN, My Community (MC-UK), Salford Interfaith Forum & Creative Hands Foundation and is funded by Defra. It is the conclusion of a project on the impacts of climate change on BME older people and Refugee and Asylum communities. Conference participants will have the opportunity to hear from the project team on the key findings of their work and ideas about how we can all help our communities to better understand the impact of Climate Change. A range of specialist speakers will be talking about key themes and projects and you will have an opportunity to join workshop sessions for more learning and discussion.

Come and join in the discussion, get networking and stay for a lovely hot lunch. It’s all FREE!.

There will also be stalls with lots of information and goodies.

For catering purposes, please let me know if you can attend (plus any dietary requirements) by Wednesday 20th March.

Best wishes,

Fiona McInroy
Manchester BME Network
London Scottish House
24 Mount Street
M2 3NN

Office: 0161 257 0213
(Available Mon-Thurs 10am-3pm)
Mobile: 07811 531160

Email: office@manchesterbmenetwork.co.uk



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Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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