Join us at Oxford Brookes University for a day of networking, discussions and learning about the Social Entrepreneurship Exchange Network Building partnerships and networks are vital in the pursuit of supporting social entrepreneurship locally, regionally, nationally and even globally. This event will explore positive and effective partnership working, with an opportunity to experience first-hand our Social Entrepreneurship Exchange Network – both on and off-line approaches. This is a great opportunity to learn more from our existing networks and partners who have developed effective ways of: Engaging with communities; Establishing support networks, and Developing knowledge sharing spaces. Agenda An outline of the agenda is as follows: 10.30 am – Arrival, Coffee and Networking 11.00 am – Welcome and Overview of the Day – Peter Ptashko, Team Lead, SEE Change Programme, UnLtd 11.05 am – Welcome, Oxford Brookes University 11.15 am – Presentation & Demonstration: Social Entrepreneurship Exchange Network & Train The Supporter Programme 12.00 pm – Panel Session: 'The Value of Networks' 1.30 pm – Lunch 2.30 pm – Breakout Sessions x 2 3.30 pm – 'Future Developments, Opportunities and Co-creation of support for SE in HE for the long term' with UnLtd partners 4.30 pm – Close About the programme _____________________________________________________________________________________________ The relationship between Unltd and HEFCE started back in 2009 with an aim to create a foundation of support for social entrepreneurs within higher education institutions. Five years on, we are now in Phase 3 of the programme having gone from strength to strength. This is an opportunity for us as supporters of social entrepreneurs to share positive learning and achievements. Read more about SEE Change here: http://see.unltd.org.uk We look forward to seeing you on the day! For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/social-entrepreneurship-exchange-network-in-oxford-tickets-16692913955

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