Join us to reflect on creative changes in our public services in response to Covid-19.
Many are suffering due to the virus and the lockdown. The most vulnerable in society and those already experiencing discrimination are bearing the burden more heavily than others.
In these difficult times, local councils and other bodies are crucial to finding innovative ways to support their communities.
Join the Fellow-led Creativity in Public Services Network to connect and reflect on responses to the crisis, and to consider how we might achieve lasting positive change for the future.
Noel Hatch FRSA will share how Camden Council has been adapting, drawing on research into the attitudes and behaviour of its citizens.
After Noel’s introduction, you’ll be invited to reflect on what you’re noticing in your own work. Joined by RSA researchers on health and social care, in small groups we’ll examine what ways of working have been restarted, what’s been discarded, and what’s being amplified.
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