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Faith, Poverty and Social Exclusion
Free Cafe Style Workshop - All Welcome


When: Tuesday 29 March, 6-9pm
Where: Council House, College Green, Bristol


Your chance to make a difference to our future!


Bristol Celebrates Finale: a cafe style event for people of all faiths and none
to discuss how communities can develop anti poverty and social exclusion
strategies. This highly participative workshop will be led by June Burrough,
the UK Ambassador for European Year for Combating Poverty and Social
Exclusion 2010.


• What is poverty and social exclusion - how does it affect Bristol?
• How can you and your community help create prosperity and
social inclusion?
• How do we help transform Bristol into a city of Sanctuary and a
top European city and strive to eradicate child poverty for 2020?


We invite you to come along to discuss your ideas and to share your
experiences of what works and what doesn't.


Bristol Celebrates took place in November 2010, bringing together people
from all the main faith groups and people with no faith to celebrate and link
Bristol's faiths, cultures and communities. Bristol Celebrates attracted over
800 people from diverse cultural and faith backgrounds and since the main
event, BIFG has hosted a number of follow up Dig Deeper sessions looking
at communication and faith and poverty.

 

This is the last of those events so we want to use this opportunity to bring communities together again to
discuss what next and where should we go from here?


Please email to book your FREE place,
which will include refreshments and a bite to eat.

 

Please note places are limited at this event so book your place quickly.