Community Development for Sustainable Development: European Conference - Glasgow Scotland, November 8th 2016
European Conference Glasgow Scotland, November 8th 2016, 10:00 to 16:30
Placing Community Development values and practices at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals
This free one-day free conference will help you:
- Better understand the UN Sustainable Development Goals, their message and process
- Recognise the contribution CD can make to the achievement of the goals, and what has already been achieved
- Consider the implications for practice in your own setting
- Participate in the process of shaping national and local plans and programmes, engaging communities with government and other partners
This conference will share experiences from across Europe and is intended for community development practitioners, agency managers, policy advisers and funders.
- Anastasia Crickley. Vice President and European Director, IACD and Community Work Ireland.
- Stuart Hashagen, Chair, European Community Development Network.
- Charlie McConnell, Past President, International Association for Community Development.
- Kirsten Paaby, Nordic Education Project / EuCDN.
Scottish Youth Theatre, The Old Sheriff Court, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK G1 1TF
To book your place:
Please register your interest to attend this free conference with IACD email@example.com before 1st October.
Places are limited at this important event and, we shall endeavour to ensure places are made available for participants from different countries. Applicants will be notified if they have a place no later than mid October.
If you need accommodation:
The IACD office can supply a list of hotels. Participants are responsible for booking their own accommodation and travel. Glasgow is easily accessible from most European countries.
About the conference organisers:
- Community Development Alliance Scotland. CDAS brings together networks and organisations at the Scottish level to promote policy and practice that supports community development. CDAS is generously sponsoring this event.
- Community Work Ireland. CWI works collectively to support and promote community work as a means of addressing poverty, social exclusion and inequality and advancing human rights.
- European Community Development Network. EuCDN works on inclusion, participation and democracy through the promotion and development of sustainable community development in Europe.
- International Association for Community Development. IACD is the global network for professional community development practitioners.