Community Southwark are looking to build an inclusive, community action based network centred on the needs of its members, and have organised an online event this Monday (29 June) to hear feedback and ideas on the best ways to communicate and engage.
This session, taking place from 11:00-12:30, will also focus on sharing tips and experiences of handling the COVID-19 lockdown from Southwark's communities and mutual aid groups, what can be done to encourage new (and old) volunteers to continue to stay involved in their community after lockdown ends, and how the community can engage in the most pressing issues, like the Black Lives Matter movement, in a meaningful way.
The ultimate goal of the session is to keep the borough connected and make a better future for it's communities.
You can register for the event here.
Community Southwark are hosting a number of virtual network meetings in June - you can register to attend any of the events that are relevant to you:
Mental Health Network
25 June 2020
10:00 - 12:00
Napura, Rat Race Cycles and The Waverley Arms share how lockdown has affected their trade and what easing restrictions means for them.
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