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Saturday, January 27, 2018 - 10:00 to 16:30
Listening Roadshow

We are running a training day for anyone wanting to learn how to deliver our Listening Roadshow Workshops. The training will take you through a workshop so that you experience it and will be followed with training on how to deliver the workshop to other community groups you work with. It will include how to collect the information, experiences, thoughts and opinions from the exercises you run and how to deliver the exercises effectively. The workshops have the aim to provide a space for listening to our neighbours and learning about peoples perspectives in light of the current political climate.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 18:30 to 20:45
Merel Rumping with a landmine victim in Colombia who has been helped by LegBank

You are warmly invited to a Stories of Trust event on Social Entrepreneurship. Merel Rumping is the founder and team leader of LegBank, a social enterprise which aims to increase access to affordable, qualitative prostheses for low-income amputees, particularly in emerging economies. Launched in 2014, LegBank is conducting trials in Colombia, thanks to Merel’s previous experience of living and working there, where she learnt about the problems that amputees face in accessing prosthetics.

Thursday, February 22, 2018 - 18:30 to 21:00
Teame Mebrahtu

An evening with Teame Mebrahtu and Stan Hazell, author of 'Long Way from Adi Ghehad: Journey of an asylum seeker'. Teame Mebrahtu was a prominent teacher trainer in Eritrea until he was forced to leave in the 1970s due to threats to his life. He was granted asylum in Britain. He became a senior academic at the Bristol Graduate School of Education and adviser to international students, many of whom are now leading educators in their own countries.