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Outdoor Swimming Society: Emerging Stories
Join the Outdoor Swimming Society's Swim Champ Leo Gundle along with Sophie and William, as they show us that outdoor swimming is for everyone and how universities are the hot-bed for cold water swimmers. Produced by @IAmTheHow with Music from Kai Engel.
Releasing power to promote social change: join SIMPL event organiser, Aydin Boyacigiller and Ab Brightman, Losing Control Ambassador to see how Losing Control has influenced the views of Sam, Gareth, Will, Imogen and Matt. Are we witnessing a quiet revolution? Carol Botten from VONNE picks up the story. Produced by @IAmTheHow
Can we structure social investment to incentivise positive system behaviours? When and why do funders collaborate & not collaborate? What are the options for income generation? Join Sam Magne, Clare Fitzgerald, Frances Northrop, Hanna Lim and Gareth Hart as they throw ideas up in the air... to see how money can be made to work harder in areas that really matter. Produced by @IAmTheHow
The Little Heresies
Dip in to the thought provoking insight arising from the 'Little Heresies' sessions, based on the following provocative statements: #1 Accountability for delivering results cannot exist in complex environments. #2 More participation and diversity always makes better decision making. #3 By not aligning funds, funders are actively choosing poor outcomes. #4 Managing performance by outcomes perpetuates harm. Produced by @IAmTheHow
Challenges and Expectations
Listen in to the expectations of delegates as they chew the fat; we hear about their expectations, the challenges they face and the key messages that they would like to get across. Join Sam from The National Lottery Community Fund, Gareth from Iridescent Ideas, Will from South West Academic Health Science Network and Imogen and Matt from POP+ Produced by @IAmTheHow
Dementia: Janica Birch
Being active is important for us all, with benefits for both the mind and body, but for those who may have dementia, keeping active can be a challenge. Janica talks to us about a range of activities designed specifically for those of us who may need that little extra support and we hear how sports and leisure organisations such Fusion Lifestyle are working within communities to become Dementia Friendly. Produced by @IAmTheHow with music from Kai Engel.