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Our most recent webinar recordings

The Art of the Civic Webinar

Jointly delivered by the Civic University Network and Arts Council England, the webinar heard from leaders across the university and Arts and Culture sector. Hosted by Jane Tarr (Director, Skills and Workforces, Arts Council England) and chaired by Sukhy Johal MBE  (Director of the Centre for Culture & Creativity, University of Lincoln), the webinar included an opening statement from each speaker followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with the audience.

The useful links mentioned during the webinar  can be downloaded here

Introducing the Civic Impact Framework

This webinar shared the emerging work from the Civic University Network on creating a framework for civic activity. We discussed why the framework isn’t yet another league table; what it aims to achieve; and introduce the seven domains of activity we think should be at the heart of Civic University Agreements and place-based partnerships and strategies

The slides from the webinar can be downloaded here

Improving local prosperity through pathways and participation

This webinar built upon the publication of blog piece written by Chris Millward,  Director for Fair Access and Participation, The Office for Students. Hosted by Natalie Day, Head of Policy and Strategy, Sheffield Hallam University, the webinar included an opening statement from each speaker followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with the audience.

The slides used during the webinar can be downloaded here

Recordings and other outputs from all of our webinars, workshops and conference sessions are easy to access can be found within the resources section on the Civic University Network Members’ Area. Signing up is free, and takes less than a minute

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