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Local by Social: Midlands edition
Friday, November 12, 2010 at 10:00 AM - Saturday, November 13, 2010 at 4:00 PM (GMT)
Local by Social Midlands Edition
Local by Social Midlands Edition will be the first of a series of Local by Social events to be held around the country, building on the success of the first Local by Social event held in London in June and on the publication of Local by Social by NESTA and Local Government Improvement and Development.
The theme of Local by Social Midlands Edition will be Neighbourhoods and we will be inviting local authorities and their partners from the region to come and speak about the work they are doing with social media and other digital technologies to engage with their local communities and solve local problems at a neighbourhood level. It will build on the recent success of events such as the Hyperlocal Govcamp West Midlands.
In the current climate of change within government, we are all looking for innovative ways to do things differently. Local by Social will stimulate and challenge your thinking about how the internet can be used to engage and empower local communities to make their neighbourhoods a better place for themselves and for everyone else.
We will be holding more Local by Social events in different regions of England over the next six months. If you are interested in attending an event in your area please email lucy [at] wearefuturegov [dot] com.
If you want to see how FutureGov's recent (and similar) CityCamp London event went, please check out this blog posting.
PLEASE NOTE - when booking your free ticket, please choose the ONE category that describes you best - Savvy Citizen, Government Innovator or Social Innovator. These are not different titles for different sessions.
12th November 2010
Venue: Council House, Coventry City Council, Earl Street, Coventry CV1 5RR
For full venue details click here.
There is no parking at Council House. For details of where to park near the venue, please see this leaflet. The venue is only a short walk from the train station.
0930 – 1000: Arrivals and coffee
1000 – 1005: Introduction to the day – Martin Reeves, Chief Executive, Coventry City Council
1005 – 1030: Local by Social and the Knowledge Hub – Ingrid Koehler, Local Government Improvement and Development
1035 – 1050: Future shape of public services 2.0 – Dominic Campbell, FutureGov
1050 – 1105: Coffee Break
1105 – 1230: Other speakers:
- Geoff Henderson, Director, Digital Native Academy (Soho Foundation)
- Nick Booth, Founder, podnosh.com
- Councillor Lynnette Kelly, Cabinet Member for Education, Coventry City Council
- Mike Rawlins and Nicky Getgood, Talk About Local
- James Cattell, Birmingham City Council
- Dan Slee, Walsall Council
1315 – 1340: Introducing the afternoon session, local issues identified by New Deal for Communities residents – Afzal Hussain, Director, Coventry New Deal for Communities
1340 – 1400: Generating and filtering ideas
1400 – 1500: Group work – How would you make the ideas work? (Including coffee)
1500 – 1600: Ideas presented back to whole group
1600 – 1610: Judges deliberate and select 3-5 ideas to be developed on Saturday
1610 – 1630: Announcements and close
Saturday 13th November
Venue: Coventry NDC, Moat House Leisure & Neighbourhood Centre, 1 Winston Avenue, Coventry, CV2 1EA (for sat navs, enter CV2 1DX)
We have now confirmed Day 2 of Local by Social Midlands. Please join us for a day of collaboration to develop the ideas that were selected by the judges on the Friday and to make them happen. For more information about the neighbourhood we will be working in, please see this useful site. Many thanks to Coventry New Deal Communities for hosting and supporting this event.
10:00 - 10:30 Arrivals and coffees
10:30 - 11:00 Introductions and summary of Day 1
11:00 - 13:00 Group work
13:00 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 15:00 Group work
15:00 - 16:00 Presentations from groups
When & Where
Local Government Improvement and Development
in partnership with Coventry City Council, Coventry New Deal for Communities and FutureGov