gathering 400 people on 5 Sept 2016 in the evening, 7pm doors, 7.30pm start
With the intent of moving beyond the crushing weight of the #EURef results and the divisions they embody and exacerbate
Places where we can engage across divisions
A ticketed event open to all:
- ages 12 and up
Can you speak in the first person in a compelling way about your own experience of the EU Referendum, its results and implications...
... in way that provokes fresh, independent thinking about activities that might unify people across the stark divides?
Can you bring stories containing valuable insights? Have you witnessed historical events that carry lessons that might spur us to avoid the mistakes of the past? Do you have great practices that exemplify compassionate activism?
In short: can we all connect our skills and contributions? Can we add to our collective ingenuity, curiosity and commitment to a better outcome for all?
Can you amplify news about the event, especially the link to tickets?
Can you contribute in-kind help beforehand or on the evening?
Can you offer professional skills in capturing and disseminating what the gathering creates?
Are you an educationalist who can work with Conway Hall to create PDFs for classroom teachers to use?