We are so glad to be initiating conversations, learning from experts, getting to each other and elaborating on ideas around the subject of Shared Social Concerns (SSC).
We want to go even further! We would like to offer you continuous opportunities to learn, talk and connect. Therefore, we are organising a Shared Social Concerns Night on the 17th of November from 18:00 to 19:30 CET.
This will be our second meeting, with a focus on our Shared Social Concerns of The Care for our Environment & Europe’s Roma Community.
These teams are led by Fianne van Kuppenveld and Carlton Deal respectively.
Both teams are made up of members including our workshop speakers and individuals from our STC community who have attended SSC events in the past. All the SSC teams are continuously under development, so we are very keen to invite you in and have you to contribute to the team according to your interests.
Below is the program of the second SSC night, this Tuesday November 17th, from 18:00 to 19:30 CET.
18:00 Care for our Environment
We will kick off with Care for our Environment. Our SSC team, supported by external experts, will give a short introduction. Following this, attendees will collaborate on setting goals as individuals or as a city. We will wrap up with introducing goals as a global movement while looking at the environment.
18:40 Hangout time
During the hangout time, attendees and speakers have the possibility to chat more informally and exchange ideas and challenges from our local environments.
18:50 Europe’s Roma Community
Following the hangout, we will have another 40 minutes to talk about Europe’s Roma Community. Our SSC team, supported by external experts, will give a short introduction. Following this, attendees will collaborate on setting goals as individuals or as a city. We will wrap up with introducing goals as a global movement while looking at creating city networks to work with the Roma Community.
We hope to welcome you all this upcoming Tuesday on our Zoomcall.
Feel free to join for both Shared Social Concern topics or for just “Care for our Environment” s or “Europe’s Romma Community” sessions.