RSA Sheffield Future of Work steering group - RSA

RSA Sheffield Future of Work steering group

Fellowship events

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Harland Works, Sheffield, S2 4QU

  • Economy, Employment & Design
  • Future of Work
  • Skills
  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Join us for the second Sheffield Future of Work steering group meeting.

Come along to hear about and take part in forming the Sheffield Future of Work steering group, led by RSA Fellows, and focused on action and local positive social change.

We will start with informal networking and refreshments from 6.00pm.
Please come along to meet other local Fellows and guests, to listen, and contribute!

6.00pm - Refreshments and networking
6.30pm - Welcome and introductions
6.40pm - 7.10pm - Presentation from Dr Tom Hunt, Deputy Director and Policy Research Associate at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, part of the University of Sheffield. (to be confirmed)
7.10pm - 8.00pm - Further discussion of ideas for 2022 Sheffield Future of Work programme.

The meeting is open to non-Fellows and Fellows. We welcome all who support the work of the RSA and who are interested in finding out more about our activities.

Venue: Harland Works, 70 John Street, Highfield, Sheffield S2 4QU

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