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RSA Coventry Meetup

Fellowship Event

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Ellen Terry Building, Coventry University

  • Fellowship

Join us for the next RSA Coventry Meetup this July.

We had a wonderful first meeting of RSA Coventry earlier this month. Over 30 Fellows got together for a few hours to network and share ideas. We talked about our ambitions to make Coventry a hub of RSA activity for the wider region; about lifelong learning and inclusive economy; about how stories can power social movements; about creativity, curiosity and making, and about peace and reconciliation. The conversation that connected all these threads was City of Culture 2021, and the opportunities it presents for the city as a whole. 

We all agreed we need to meet again to give more shape to our interests and aspirations, and so we hope you join the conversation on 9 July (if not, we aim to meet on the second Monday of every month – look out for future mailings about future events). 

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: networks@rsa.org.uk. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies. 

 

Location: Room ET130, Ellen Terry Building, 34-35 Jordan Well, Coventry University, CV1 5RW.

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