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Campaign for a Community Bank for Northern Ireland

Fellowship Event

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Old Staff Common Room, Lanyon Building, Queens University Belfast

  • Transform
  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

What is community banking? What are the benefits of it and why would it be good for the people of Northern Ireland? This autumn, join us for an informal gathering to discuss the establishment of a community bank for the region, supported by the Community Savings Bank Association (CSBA).

Our modern world is full of uncertainty, and how we organise our society and the institutions within it, including our financial institutions, will dictate how well we tackle modern societal challenges.

In such uncertain times, a community bank, owned and controlled by the people who live here, could allow individuals, communities, businesses and public sector bodies to have control over this vast wealth and ensure it’s used for our benefit.

If this sounds like something you’d like to know more about, join us on Wednesday 18th September. If you cannot make it, please consider nominating someone else to attend in your place.

 

Follow the link above to book your free ticket.

This event is co-organised by John Barry FRSA, and it is supported by the Community Savings Bank Association (CSBA), who are working with The RSA to establish a network of these banks across the UK. Full event programme to follow shortly.

 

Location: Old Staff Common Room, Lanyon Building, Queens University Belfast, University Road, Belfast, BT7 1NN

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.

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