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COVID, communities and change: what role for HE in the 'new normal' for the wider civic sector?
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Wednesday 19 May: 10:30 – 12:00

Join three senior figures from the community sector who will address the question: how has COVID19 impacted on communities; how has the community / charity sector had to change in response; and how this has changed what is needed of the HE sector?

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Session Hosts

<strong>Paul Manners</strong>
Paul Manners
Paul leads on the NCCPE’s policy work. He has 12 years’ experience of high level influencing and leadership of HE public engagement, and has built extensive networks across the sector. He advises a number of national organisations on learning and engagement, including the National Trust as the chair of their Advisory Group on Collections and Interpretation.
<strong>Emily Morrison</strong>
Emily Morrison
Emily is the Head of the Institute of Community Studies at The Young Foundation. She previously worked for the British Council where she developed the global research portfolio, spanning internationally comparative research into youth voice and policy, education, civil society, and culture. Emily has led and conducted research world-wide and previously held professional and academic positions at University College London and King’s College London

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