Programme and workshops announced for #peoplepower16!

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‘People Power: Creating the Conditions for Change’

Monday 29th February 2016

Perth Concert Hall, 9.30am – 3.45pm

An interactive event to celebrate the achievements of People Powered Health and Wellbeing and to demonstrate how everyone has the power to create the conditions for change.

You can sign up for the event through Eventbrite.

On the day you will:

  • experience a range of creative approaches;
  • explore our key themes – assets, change, conversations, lived experience;
  • find out about the learning from the programme;
  • be the first to receive our new tools and resources;
  • better understand how we can put people at the centre.

Click to download the programme and workshop choices. Please select your chosen workshop when registering through Eventbrite.

This will be a participatory event with opportunities to share experiences and reflect how you can take this important work forward.

The Chair for the day will be Ruth Wishart, with Guest Speaker Mike Stevenson.

The event will be followed by an informal drinks reception sponsored by the Royal College of Nursing – please indicate your attendance when registering.

Please let us know if you have any dietary or accessibility requirements. There will be BSL interpreters available on the day. If you are a small group or individual and require additional support to attend then please get in touch to discuss your needs.

Keep up to date and join in on the day using twitter hashtag #peoplepower16

For more information or if you have any questions please email pphwadmin@alliance-scotland.org.uk or call 0141 404 0231 and ask to speak to a member of the PPHW team.

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