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Recognising, Understanding and Enhancing Third Sector Resilience

Wednesday 6th July, 9am - 4pm, International Lawn Tennis Centre, Eastbourne

 

09:00   ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION

09:00   ADVICE FAIR

10:30   CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 

10:30   Opening Speech

            Abbie Wraige – SpeakUp Forum

           

10:45   Understanding Resilience – Within Us, Between Us, and Beyond Us

            Trevor Hopkins – Asset Based Consulting

 

            11:30   Break

 

            12:00   Recognising and Understanding Third Sector Resilience in East Sussex

            East Sussex voluntary and community sector

 

12:30   LUNCH

13:30   BREAK-AWAY WORKSHOPS

  1. I. Operation Shine! Improving your Personal Resilience, Health and Wellbeing

    Brenda Bruzon – Volunteer Centre East Sussex, holistic life coach

     

    II. Building Financial Resilience

    Julie Eason – Julie Eason Consulting

     

    III. Managing Risk for Resilience

    Neil Franklin – UK Charity Insurance

     

    IV. Fragile Assets: Practice that Supports and Strengthens

    Jayne and Trevor Hopkins – Asset Based Consulting

     

    V. Community Resilience in Emergencies

    Glenn Jones – East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service

     

    VI. Building Connections with Local Businesses

    Mebrak Ghebreweldi – Diversity Resources International

     

    VII: Integrated Localities: Embedding Prevention at the Heart of Integrated Locality Teams

    Peter Lister – Locality Support Development, East Sussex County Council

     

    VIII. Partnering and Collaborating Within the Third Sector

    Marie Casey – seAp Advocacy

     

    IX. New Models of Care, New Opportunities for Collaboration and Partnerships – ‘Accountable Care’

    Vicky Smith – East Sussex Better Together, East Sussex County Council

14:45   BREAK

15:10   PLENARY WORKSHOP: MOVING FORWARDS TOGETHER

16:00   END

 

 

 

 The Big Event 2016 was sponsored by East Sussex-based