‘Everybody’s Business: the role that business can play in supporting cohesive communities’ sets out some key findings from a piece of research which Belong has undertaken in conjunction with the Intercultural Cities Network. Its findings are based on a series of roundtables we have held with local authority partners and range of different businesses based in their areas.
‘Everybody’s Business’ highlights some examples of good practice and sets out recommendations and guiding principles for how businesses could do more to support cohesive communities, and what local authorities can do to support them in this.
Join us on Tuesday 22 March!
Please join us on 22 March. This event will be a chance to hear about the findings of the report, to think about how we can take these recommendations forward and to discuss how those with an interest in social cohesion can work more closely with business in the future.
A great panel of speakers will include:
- Lord Steve Bassam, Place Director, Business in the Community
- Emelia Quist, Head of Policy Research, Federation of Small Businesses
- Nizam Uddin, Chief Strategy Officer, algbra
The event will be chaired by Shalni Arora, Chief Executive of the Savannah Wisdom Foundation and founding trustee of Belong.
Book your place on this webinar here.