Leapfrog: improving communication in community-led projects

Wednesday 11th May 6pm until 9pm
 
We would like to invite you to an evening workshop about improving communication in community led projects and designing new approaches to community consultations.
The workshop will be delivered by the Institute of Design Innovation and Lancaster University as part of a research and exchange project called Leapfrog. The project looks to improve and support communication and engagement with members of the public about local area development and public services (leapfrog.tools).
The project is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and there is no charge to attend the workshop. If you attend all we will ask is that you come armed with experience of working in your community and a willingness to discuss the issues and challenges you have faced.
The workshop will take place at 6pm until 9pm on the 11th May at the Colintraivevillage hall.
 
If you want to explore new ways to engage with people, make communicating projects easier and talk about how to make projects easier to manage, all over a glass of wine then please come along.
 
If you would like to attend please register at our Eventbrite page by following the link below
 
Alternatively contact Paul Smith on p.smith@gsa.ac.uk to find out more or reserve a place. And if planning ahead isn’t your thing, please feel free to drop in on the night.
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