Member Group Working Group - Community Kick-Off Fringe Event

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The MGWG will briefly describe the process that was followed, before concentrating on explaining the presented recommendations.

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Charlie Houston-Brown, Chair, Member Group Working Group (MGWG) and Member, Programme, Practice and Policy (PPP) Committee

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18:00 - Event starts

20:00 - Event ends

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The Member Group Working Group (MGWG) was formed by the Programme, Practice and Policy Committee (PPP) in late 2020 and applications for interested volunteers were then requested.

https://volunteer.bcs.org/content/bcs-community-working-group-launch

The MGWG officially launched at the convention in January 2021 (https://volunteer.bcs.org/conventions) and has met monthly (except August) throughout this year.

The MGWG has now concluded its phase of making recommendations for consultation with the wider BCS membership community.

These specific recommendations are available for review and comment within the BCS Volunteer Portal - https://volunteer.bcs.org/

At this session, the MGWG will briefly describe the process that was followed, before concentrating on explaining the recommendations that are being presented for wider consultation.

The session will be recorded for later review by anyone unable to attend.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

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Organiser BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT

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We are all responsible for ensuring technology-led change is safe and positive for everyone in society. At BCS we’re committed to meeting this responsibility under royal charter.

That’s why we set the highest standards of professionalism and best practice in the industry, share knowledge, and develop skills and capability tuned to our evolving digital world.

We’ve been supporting the technology industry since 1957 and our 73,000-strong membership spans 150 countries. Every member actively promotes IT professionalism and we provide them with career development opportunities and bring the community together to address the professional, ethical and economic challenges facing technology today.

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