Community Cohesion summit
The second summit took place on 28 January 2009 and focused upon community cohesion. At the event partners worked together to refresh Birmingham’s new Community Cohesion Strategy and framework (Community_Cohesion_Strategy_Framework)
Be Birmingham’s seven sub partnerships outlined what they were doing to contribute to the community cohesion strategy.
Speakers included the Rt Rev David Urquhart, bishop of Birmingham, Cllr Alan Rudge, cabinet member for equalities and human resources, Peter Latchford, chief executive of Black Radley who produced a report on the Lozells disturbances, Kendrick Morris, headteacher, Hamstead Hall Community Learning Centre and Joy Warmington, chief executive, brap.
For details on each partnership’s work click here; Children & Young People, (CYP_community_cohesion_paper) Cultural, (Cultural_community_cohesion_paper) Economic, (Economic_community_cohesion_paper ) Environmental, (Environmental_community_cohesion_paper) Health & Wellbeing, (Health_&_Wellbeing_community_cohesion_paper) Housing (Housing_community_cohesion_paper) and Safer Partnerships (Safer_community_cohesion_paper)