LDnet HappyHour Webinar Series Registration Form
LDnet invites local development practitioners and researchers to a series of forward-looking webinars on Rebuilding local economies after lockdown, organised in association with RSA Europe, ELARD and AEIDL.
The Covid-19 pandemic has presented both urban and rural areas with immense challenges. But it has also given rise to many interesting local responses and a good deal of discussion and appreciation.
In this series of short webinars, we’ll look at how the lessons from these local responses and the longer-term changes in the social and economic landscape are reshaping the CLLD-type approaches to local development. We’ll look at opportunities and trade-offs or conflicts, and what “not going back doing the same as before” means for local strategies.
The webinars will be organised on a weekly basis, “after work” in late afternoon, to allow practitioners and researchers exchange ideas in a relaxed format. They will be short, up to 60 minutes, with short presentations from practitioners, facilitated discussion and scope for participants to share practices.
Series moderator: Peter Ramsden
Each webinar will be focused on a specific topic to allow the discussion to go beyond generalities and there will be opportunities for follow up.
Please note that you email will be collected only to the purpose of sending you the Zoom invitations to the Sessions you choose to attend, and will be promptly deleted afterwards.
Please choose the Sessions you wish to attend
A Zoom invitation will be sent via email a few days before each session
Thursday 18th June - 18:00 CET: Reinventing Local Shopping and Hospitality
Thursday 25th June - 18:00 CET: New Solidarity Services
Thursday 2nd July - 18:00 CET: Conflicts with Staycations
Thursday 9th July - 18:00 CET: Worsening Inequalities / Social Inclusion
Do you have a compelling example that you wish to share during one of our Sessions?
Please provide a brief description (2/300 words) of the case you want to present
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