Events and Training

Upcoming HEAR events

 

HEAR would like to invite you to the Community Conversation on Digital Inclusion, in partnership with Superhighways

Join us for the second Superhighways & HEAR Network hosted Digital Inclusion for Londoners Conversation

Date: Thursday 3rd September

Time: 10 – 11.45

Venue: Online via Zoom. Please get in touch if you are going to be using a device, other than a Laptop or PC, to join the meeting:

T: 020 8255 8040 E: philippaleary@superhighways.org.uk

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Community Conversations – getting Londoners online

Community Conversations – Getting Londoners online

Join us for the second Superhighways & HEAR Network hosted Digital Inclusion for Londoners

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Agenda

1) Digital Access for All – London Recovery Community Conversation

Mission 3: “Every Londoner to have access to connectivity, basic digital skills and digital employment opportunities and support by 2025.”

When the lockdown was introduced in March many Londoners had to move their work, learning, recreation, shopping, and support services online. Many people don’t have a quiet space at home to work or lack the devices, skills, and digital connectivity to get online.

It is forecast that in the next 20 years, 90% of all jobs will require some form of digital knowledge. However, 18% of Londoners lack one or more basic digital skills and large areas of London currently don’t have full fibre connections to homes.

The GLA has identified the following priorities for achieving this mission

•Develop a detailed picture of digital exclusion and to identify people in need of devices, skills, and connectivity (Short term)

• Increase digital skills through training and fill gaps in 4G and 5G provision (Medium term)

• Support Londoners to develop the skills to enter the tech sector and improve digital leadership (Long term )

What is our response to these priorities and how can we contribute to this achieving this mission?

More information about

London Recovery Community Conversation

Break

2) Digital Safeguarding

The Good Things Foundation is preparing a presentation on digital safeguarding for this meeting. Followed by peer sharing / discussion. Before joining us, please check out these two links to Catalyst’s brilliant new

Digi Safe resource and their follow up Digi Safe guide:

Digi Safe resource

Digi Safe guide.

3) Next steps………

We hope to see you there!

 

Some recent and past HEAR and joint partnership events:

 

  • Every Quarter: Pan London Pan Equality Hate Crime Network Charities Challenging Hate Crime

  • Changing the Prescription-More Inclusive Social Prescribing
  • Advocating for Data
  • Data for Everyone
  •  Intersectionality and Immigration
  • Diversity in Volunteering
  • Working Together for Equality in London: Collaboration, Partnership and Solidarity

  • Networks and Mapping for Campaigning and Solidarity

      • Working for Equality with the GLA and Statutory Sector Colleagues-London’s Living Room, City Hall

  • Deaf and Disabled Refugees, Strategic Expert Group

  • #OurWayAhead London Plan Consultation

  • Refugees: Home, Homelessness, Destitution and Survival

    • #OurWayAhead Better Health for All Londoners

  • Working Together for Health Equality in London Mayoral Strategy consultation event with the GLA

  • Haringey Adult Learning and Skills VCS Networking Meeting

  • Hate Crime Awareness Week Lunch and Learn

  • Working Together for an Inclusive London Mayoral Strategy Consultation event with the GLA

  • #OurWayAhead-Community Action Partnership event

  • No Missing Pieces-the Way Ahead for Everyone

  • Supporting the Supporters-support for organisations supporting refugees

  • Still Unheard Out There-LGBTQI Lives through the Prism of Diversity -Pride Fringe event

  • Rainbow London: Illuminating, Celebrating and Supporting Diverse LGBT Lives in London

  • Faith and Older Age-in partnership with Age UK London and Faiths Forum for London

  • Economic and Social Rights: A Human Rights Approach to Social Justice Training (in partnership with Just Fair)

  • Refugees: Home, Homelessness and Survival (in partnership with REAP)

  • Trans Awareness Training

  • Disabled and in Exile: Being Excluded Twice

  • The Gender Recognition Act

  • Supporting LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers

  • LGBT People of Faith

  • Disabled Refugees: Rights to Health, Mental Health and Social Care Support

  • Hardly Hard To Reach’ programme of peer learning, consultation and campaign events for BAMER Mental Health Equality in West London

 

HEAR aims, through its funded projects, and in partnership with its members, to provide a wide range of workshops, peer learning and networking and other events of benefit to London voluntary and community organisations, and those with whom they work. HEAR training, workshops and events address many different topics related to equality, human rights, diversity and inclusion.
The Policy and Campaigns project, funded by Trust for London, organises networking events to support organisations with their policy and campaigns work. Our work funded by City Bridge Trust organises a variety of events  and activities to build and strengthen bridges  between different parts of London, across different equality groups and specialisms, and to promote voice and influence. Our NetEquality and Stronger Together projects also hold events, seminars and workshops. In addition HEAR Works with its members and others to put on other events on specific equality or human rights themes.

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