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Co-creating Cities & Communities Summer Forum

Connected Communities & Urban Living Pilots

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 at 09:30 - Thursday, 13 July 2017 at 17:00 (BST)

Co-creating Cities & Communities Summer Forum

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Type End Quantity
Day 1 Pass
This ticket enables you to attend one of each parallel sessions on 12 July
12 Jul 2017 Free  
Day 2 Pass
This ticket enables you to attend one of each parallel sessions on 13 July
12 Jul 2017 Free  

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What contribution can university-community collaborations make to the creation of flourishing cities? 

Successful urban living requires community-focused innovation, local knowledge and collaboration between universities, communities and cities. How do we create smart, interconnected cities which will promote empowerment and limit exclusion? How do we develop new forms of collaboration to boost diversity and reduce poverty, nurture creativity and eradicate disadvantage? 

To explore these and many other questions, Connected Communities and Urban Living Pilots invite you to join us at this free event, dedicated to finding new ways in which universities and civil society organisations, local authorities and general public can all work together to co-create, re-invent and improve life in the city and its surroundings.

Why should I attend? 

The event will enable the delegates to better understand the challenges and opportunities of collaborative work around flourishing cities, engaged citizens and sustainable urban environment. With a series of parallel discussions and informal workshops, it will provide a friendly and informal forum for stimulating conversations, co-produced knowledge and critical responses to city challenges and social action. It will bring together universities and funders, urban communities and local government representatives to co-create substantive knowledge and practical solutions to the future of urban living. 

To find out more about individual sessions and speakers, see our Programme

We welcome academics and community organisations, future learners and digital technologists, smart city planners and local authorities, heritage specialists and environmental experts, artists, performers, creative imaginaries and engaged citizens.

What can I expect? 

This is a free two-day forum but you must register to be able to participate. You are welcome to come to one or two days of the event. Each Day Ticket will enable you to pick one slot in each of the 3 parallel sessions.

All roundtable sessions will be running in Cinema 1 (C1), talks and presentations in Cinema 2 (C2), small interactive sessions in Waterside 1 (W1) and hands-on workshops in Waterside 3 (W3). Cinema 2 (40 spaces) and Waterside 1 (15 spaces) have limited capacity. To participate in smaller sessions, make sure you turn up early each time to secure your seat. Places in these sessions will be allocated on the first come first serve basis.

We will not be able to provide refreshments for the delegates, but you are welcome to use Watershed Cafe or any of the numerous bars, cafes and restaurants in Bristol's historic harbourside.

For more information about the event please visit our website:
citiesandcommunities.com

We look forward to welcoming you at Watershed on 12 & 13 July! 

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Watershed
1 Canon's Road
BS1 5TX Bristol
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 at 09:30 - Thursday, 13 July 2017 at 17:00 (BST)


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Connected Communities & Urban Living Pilots

AHRC Connected Communities Programme is a multi-million pound research programme designed to help us understand the changing nature of communities in their historical and cultural contexts and the role of communities in sustaining and enhancing our quality of life. For more information, please visit: connected-communities.org

Urban Living Pilots are part of the Urban Living Partnership. The Research Councils and Innovate UK support a significant range of urban living related activities across a broad spectrum of research areas and sectors. Building upon this existing strength, the Urban Living Partnership will create a fully integrated approach that will enhance UK global leadership, accelerate the exploitation of leading-edge research knowledge and capabilities and co-produce sustainable change in urban living to benefit cities and their communities. For more information, please visit: urbanliving.epsrc.ac.uk

 

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