Marking the 30th anniversary of Christian Ecology Link (CEL), the keynote speakers are Jonathon Porritt, Founder of Forum for the Future and Tim Gorringe, Professor of Theology at Exeter University.
See CEL website for more details of this Bristol based conference. Only £15 for non-CEL members (or £10 before end of January) www.christian-ecology.org.uk
Community Matters has launched an online assessment tool to help groups demonstrate their social, economic and environmental impact. YourValue!site went live 8 November 2011. It can be found at www.communitymatters.org.uk/yourvalue.
Interest in a more ethical way to run businesses has started a revolution as socially-aware entrepreneurs have shown that mainstream business can have a social conscience and still be successful. The Social Enterprise Bootcamp will equip participants with the practical tools, techniques, models and mind-set to set up, or scale-up, their social enterprise.
A series of 1:1 bespoke support, mentoring and short, sharp workshops from social enterprise, Red Ochre. Masterclass sessions are 3 hours long covering topics as diverse as funding, business planning, influencing people, building and managing an effective team, and impact and evaluation.
Building Bridges Pendle is an interfaith organisation and a registered charity which wants to bring a realisation that diversity, is a positive aspect in the make-up of our society. People must view differences in Culture and Faith as richness and be aware of commonalities in our identity as citizens of a multi-cultural and multi-faith country. Building Bridges Pendle, Lancs