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Roundtable discussion: Managing Town Gown Relations During 2020 - The UK Approach
Join moderator Cooper Healey, Manager of Manchester Student Homes on behalf of University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University, UKTGA Chair and ITGA Board Member; Poppy Humphrey, Off campus Student Affairs Officer, Manager of Manchester Student Homes on behalf of University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University; Claire Bent, Community Engagement Manager, University of Birmingham; Police Sergeant Matt Clark, Devon and Cornwall Police, Tatjana Walker, Area Manager, The Unite Group; Leslie Caldwell, Community Engagement and Social Responsibility Officer, University of St Andrews; and Amanda Jackson, Sustainability Programme Officer, University of Leeds; Dee Corbett, Community Engagement Manager, Queen’s University Belfast; and Superintendent Richard Timson, South Manchester District Commander, Greater Manchester Police; Mark Rainey, Strategic Lead-Neighbourhoods, Manchester City Council; and PC Mike Neate, Community Safety Student Liaison Officer, South Wales Police, for this interactive discussion. 

The United Kingdom Town and Gown Association is delighted to host a round table panel discussion to: Consider the practical responses to managing town gown relations during the pandemic; Highlight leading practice from both operational and strategic perspectives to respond to challenges in our off campus communities; and to look ahead and consider strategies to anticipate and respond to future risks and challenges. There will be representation from University, City Council and Police officials from across the four realms of the United Kingdom ready to share their experiences about what’s worked well, some lessons learnt and planning for the future.

Nov 18, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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