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Save the Date | Carnegie UK Trust Conference

Wednesday, May 26, 2021 - 12:00 to 17:00

The Carnegie UK Trust works to improve people's lives throughout the UK and Ireland by changing minds through influencing policy and changing lives through innovative practise and partnership work.

Through the COVID-19 pandemic, we have drawn on existing knowledge and experience to make a case for how wellbeing can be improved as we all move into the recovery and 'renewal' phase of the crisis.

In Northern Ireland (NI) we have been listening and learning from the experiences of communities, public service providers, private sector and third sector organisations during the pandemic.

We are now interested in broadening the conversation, seeking a broader discussion with leaders that have different experiences and perspectives, in sharing thinking about how to achieve improvements in societal wellbeing now and into NI's future. Our goal is to set an inspirational course for NI as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

In partnership with CO3, Carnegie UK Trust has convened a NI Steering Group made up of leaders working across the third, public, and private sectors to create the space and help design the half-day conference and follow up conversations.

The conference theme is What Kind of Northern Ireland (NI) Do We Want?

The event will create the space to engage and listen with leaders working across the third, private and public sector on what we could do differently to address social, economic, environmental and democratic wellbeing. This big conversation will help us and the Steering Group to focus on what the priorities should be and what needs to be changed to better NI society. The priorities identified through the event will then be the focus of smaller, targeted conversations.

Further details on the conference will follow in due course. For now, please protect this date in your diary. It promises to be an inspiring, interactive and engaging day and we would value your input as part of it.