Active Oxfordshire – Healthy Active Children Conference, book by 9th November

Bookings for the Oxfordshire Healthy Active Children Conference are closing soon! We may not be able to come together in person this year, but the conference remains as important as ever. We know that currently only 19% of children nationally are getting their 60 active minutes a day, with mental health issues among our young people in … Continue reading Active Oxfordshire – Healthy Active Children Conference, book by 9th November

Oxfordshire Community Foundation – Webinar: Closing the attainment gap: the importance of reading

With Oxfordshire already facing a larger attainment gap at age 16 than the rest of England, what will the impact of COVID-19 be? Please join us at our webinar next Wednesday 11th November at 2pm.   Following the return to school in September, this webinar will focus on how reading has the potential to close … Continue reading Oxfordshire Community Foundation – Webinar: Closing the attainment gap: the importance of reading

Oxford Brookes – Healthy Ageing, month of seminars, workshops and talks

“Ten years of concerted, catalytic and collaborative action to improve the lives of older people, their families, and the communities in which they live”. World Health Organisation Oxford Brookes University is delighted to mark the Decade of Healthy Ageing with a month of free lunchtime seminars, workshops and talks to illustrate the breadth and depth … Continue reading Oxford Brookes – Healthy Ageing, month of seminars, workshops and talks

VCS Alliance – Fit for the Future: Strategic Development of Oxfordshire’s Voluntary Sector

As someone directly involved in the voluntary sector and therefore, presumably, keen to explore ways in which the sector can be stronger, more united and engage more effectively with each other and across sectors, we would like to invite you to this event on 10th November from 10-11am : Fit for the future; strategic development … Continue reading VCS Alliance – Fit for the Future: Strategic Development of Oxfordshire’s Voluntary Sector

Oxford Brookes University – ADA Lovelace Day, celebrate the stories of our women and students

On Tuesday 13 October,  Oxford Brookes University will mark ADA Lovelace Day  by celebrating  the stories of our women in STEM researchers on Oxford Brookes social media channels.  We would love you to get involved! How? Get involved by using your LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook account(s) on the day (from 9.00am onwards) Retweet, like, … Continue reading Oxford Brookes University – ADA Lovelace Day, celebrate the stories of our women and students

Oxfordshire Homeless Movement/ Oxfordshire Community Foundation – webinar on 13th October

Our webinar, in collaboration with Oxfordshire Community Foundation, will be on Tuesday 13th October at 2pm - make sure you save the date! During the COVID-19 lockdown, all rough sleepers in Oxford and beyond were brought in from the streets and accommodated in hotels and hostels, seemingly ending rough sleeping overnight. Long-term solutions now need … Continue reading Oxfordshire Homeless Movement/ Oxfordshire Community Foundation – webinar on 13th October

Oxford Brookes Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Annual Research Lecture on Dementia

We are delighted that Dame Prof Louise Robinson is the guest speaker at our FHLS annual research lecture, which will be delivered online. Date:  30 November Time: 18:00 to 19:00 Title:  'Dementia: forget about a cure, focus on care and future prevention'. More info about the lecture Booking details The lecture is open to the public and free. Please  book here to … Continue reading Oxford Brookes Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Annual Research Lecture on Dementia

Co-production week 2020 – schedule of live online events

Co-production Week, started by SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence) in 2016, is about highlighting the benefits of working together positively. It is about sharing good practice, learning from one another, making connections, and emphasising the importance of fully involving people who use services and carers in developing better public services. Last year, Co-production Oxfordshire … Continue reading Co-production week 2020 – schedule of live online events