Beyond Us and Them Webinars
The latest webinars from the Beyond Us and Them project.
Societal Cohesion in Britain Through Eighteen Months of COVID-19 Presentation Webinar
Friday 26 November 2021
A presentation of the most recent findings from Belong – The Cohesion and Integration Network and University of Kent’s ‘Beyond Us and Them’ project looking at the effects of the pandemic on social cohesion. This presentation was originally part of the online report launch for ‘Beyond Us and Them: Societal Cohesion in Britain Through Eighteen Months of COVID-19’ which took place on Friday 26 November 2021.
Policy and Practice for Strengthening Social Cohesion Webinar
Wednesday 24 March 2021
A discussion of the most recent findings from ‘Beyond Us and Them’. This webinar was chaired by Professor Ted Cantle and features speakers:
Jo Broadwood – CEO at Belong – The Cohesion and Integration Network, Zahra Niazi – Programme Lead for Bradford Council on the Integration Strategy communities programme, Charlotte Gough – Integration Partnership Engagement Officer at Walsall Council, Thom Lovesey – Head of Integration at Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and Ruth Hollis – CEO at Spirit of 2012.
Community, Connection and Cohesion During Covid-19: Beyond Us and Them Report Webinar
Friday 26 February 2021
The ‘Community, Connection and Cohesion During Covid-19: Beyond Us and Them Report’ was published in February 2021 in partnership with the University of Kent. This webinar was chaired by Nizam Uddin and features speakers:
Professor Dominic Abrams – Project Lead and Director of the Centre for the Study of Group Processes at the University of Kent, Councillor Rabnawaz Akbar – Executive Member for Neighbourhoods at Manchester City Council and Labour Member for Rusholme Ward, Rebecca Ramsay – Social Integration Programme Manager for Blackburn with Darwen Council and Sail Suleman, Cohesion and Equality Officer at Calderdale Council.