Faith in Social Action
2 July 2013
On Friday 5th July, the Centre for Public Education at the Woolf Institute will be running a workshop on Faith in Social Action with Cambridgeshire County Council.
The day will include participation from the Department for Communities and Local Government, the national voluntary sector, county and city councils, local experts in social enterprise and business, and a presentation on the results of research conducted by the Woolf Institute on faith and social action with the voluntary sector.
The event will also include a World Café session where there will be an opportunity to express your views on emerging developments and local experiences on working in the area of social action, and a plenary session on the benefits of collaborative working across the public, private and voluntary sectors.
- Mark Carroll, Director, Decentralisation and Big Society, Department for Communities and Local Government
- Mike Davey, Service Director Community Engagement, Cambridgeshire County Council
- David Maggs, Social Justice and Environment Advisor, Diocese of Bath and Wells
- Priscilla Barlow, County Ecumenical Officer, Cambridgeshire
- Abdul Kayum Arain, Private business
- Neil Perry, Romsey Mill
For more information please contact: Alice Thompson