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North Wales International Development Summit / Uwchgynhadledd Datblygu Rhyngwladol GogleddCymru

North Wales International Development Summit / Uwchgynhadledd Datblygu Rhyngwladol GogleddCymru

North Wales International Development Summit: Approaches for Sustainability in a globally responsible Wales

The North Wales International Development Summit brings together people involved in international projects from across North Wales and beyond: from small community groups, health links, Fairtrade groups, and academics, to Wales based branches of international NGOs. The event aims to raise the profile of the sector in North Wales and support the already active development community to connect. Using the theme of the Future Generations Act, we will share experience, develop our understanding and come up with practical actions that we can all take to increase Sustainability in our practice and projects.

The day is being organised by Hub Cymru Africa, the Sustainability Lab at Bangor University,  RCE Cymru and the North Wales Africa Society.

Sophie Howe, the Future Generations Commissioner will give the keynote address to frame our thinking. 

There will be 6 workshops throughout the day - an Agenda is below, with more detail coming soon. 

There are opportunities for networking during the lunch break and throughout the day.

Advice on safeguarding policy and practice will be available throughout the day from expert advisers.

Please email us at advice@hubcymruafrica if you have questions, or would like to have a stall at the event.

 

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