In uncertain times, it’s important that communities stay strong and stay together. That’s why we’re continuing to bring the RSA community of North Wales and Merseyside Fellows together online to connect, check in and think about how we can respond to the challenges of Covid-19.
The last time we met our discussion focused on peer support, and we would like to continue along this vein and build on the countless examples of Fellows working on projects to tackle the challenges posed by coronavirus. We want to hear about the projects you are involved in as a response to Covid-19 and find out how we, as a community can work together to support each other.
Come along on Monday 16 November, 6-7.30 pm, for a chance to share your thoughts on how we as a community can, and are, making a difference in the face of the pandemic. This event will be hosted by Dr Dee Gray, newly appointed RSA Fellowship Councillor for Wales/Cymru.
Everyone is welcome, Fellows and non-Fellows. We’d also welcome any newcomers who haven’t previously attended a local event.
Taking part in RSA online events
To participate in the event, you will need to register for a ticket to receive the details to join. After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link needed to join the event.
Please note that for this event, latecomers who arrive more than 15 minutes after the start time will not be admitted.
We record many of our online events. By attending this online event you accept that you may appear in RSA videos as a participant. Our intention is to use any recording of this event for learning purposes and to document the content of the discussion. Currently we do not have plans to share this recording publicly, but may do so in the future.
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