This summit workshop will bring together everything that has been discussed through the previous six workshops in each of the boroughs, present the work on building a public narrative and the discussions on how to respond to the finding that poor health is such a key factor in limiting the development of a fair and inclusive economy. The workshop will also promote the idea that inviting views and perspectives from as wide a range of people and places as possible is essential to keep health and economic planning alive, flexible and responsive to opportunities and innovation.
Attendance at the workshop is open to all but is limited by capacity.
If you want to attend please register your interest with Stacey via Stacey.firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. You will then receive confirmation and programme details.