Thank you to everyone who attended ‘Change for Good: reducing poverty’, the third of a series of free online conferences tackling society’s biggest challenges through behavioural science, creativity and collaboration.

Special thanks to our speakers for their presentations and inspirational talks:

1 – Professor Jim McManus

Supporting communities in challenging times: The LGA’s eleventh annual public health report (jointly published with the Association of Directors of Public Health) reflects on the last year and focuses on how councils have responded to the rising cost of living.

2 – Stu Hennigan 

In conversation with Magpie’s Digital Journalist, Safeia El-Jack followed by a Q&A.

3 – Dr Kate Questa & Kerry Murphy

How Wakefield Council mapped the interconnections between local providers and engaged with stakeholders to inform strategic planning.

4 – Chris Barnes & Tom Salmon

How organisations can work with service users and learn from lived experiences: a story from Change Grow Live.

The full recording will be made available soon as well as all the questions asked during the webinar.

Our next instalment of the Change for Good micro-conference series will be:

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