In lockdown, we’ve been physically distant from each other, but we have also seen communities come together in inspiring and innovative ways. What can we learn from this, and how can we take these lessons forward beyond Covid-19?
New ways of organising have enabled communities to support the vulnerable, connect with neighbours and share resources and kindness in the places where it is needed most. There have undoubtedly been - and continue to be - many challenges, but communities are finding ways to support each other’s wellbeing and work effectively together.
In this webinar, we will hear from a variety of organisations leading innovative responses at the community level, including:
* Karen Creavin, Chief Executive of The Active Wellbeing Society in Birmingham
* Ben Thurman, Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust
* Tracey Robbins, Head of UK Delivery at Eden Project Communities
In these unprecedented times we need to find effective ways to support each other and build wellbeing together. This event is part of the Wellbeing Together webinar series run by the Network of Wellbeing (NOW). The event will run from 7.30-9pm on Tuesday 12th May.