Social Network Analysis is a way of exploring relationships and interactions. It can show the ways in which power and resources flow through communities and offers a fresh way of considering some of these issues - specifically concerning distribution of resources and assets.
As part of a Knowledge Exchange Project supported by the University of Liverpool Dr Nicola Headlam of the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy and Practice will lead this free, interactive workshop which;
*introduces network thinking *discusses principles of network weaving *introduces YeD, a free programme for analysing networks.
The session will be interactive and hands-on and you will leave with a network mapped.
Participants should bring a laptop with them or contact to see if we can borrow one for the afternoon and be confident with dragging and dropping things around on screen (absolutely no programming experience necessary)
*Networking to continue at Camp and Furnace after the session*