TSL Goes Local to Explore Community Cohesion and Resilience.

**Bookings now open**

Third Sector Leeds Goes Local workshops take place in each of the three areas of Leeds twice a year: East North East, West North West and South East. Past conversations have included poverty, inclusion, the environment, domestic abuse, and health and wellbeing.

The theme for the next set of workshops is Community Cohesion and Resilience.

In late June there was a citywide workshop examining how the third sector is already supporting community cohesion and building resilience within communities. Part of the workshop looked at work that Leeds City Council is doing which can support this activity, including the development of the Counter-Extremism Strategy. TSL would now like to take this important theme out to the localities to have local discussions about ongoing work, challenges and opportunities.

The dates are:
West North West | Tuesday 5 September | 10.00am – 12.00pm | Cardigan Centre |
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East North East | Wednesday 6 September | 1.30pm – 3.30pm | ARK Centre |
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South East | Wednesday 13 September | 10.00am – 12.00pm | Hillside |
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Please book your place today using the links above

The aims of TSL Goes Local are to:

Make better use of existing partnership arrangements at the area and city wide level
Improve networking and collaboration within the third sector
Identify challenges facing communities in the three area Localities that could be tackled most effectively by strengthening partnership work between the statutory and third sector
To enable partners to access expertise in the sector more easily
To increase communication between partners, councillors and the third sector, especially activity not directly supported by existing arrangements
To enable meaningful consultation and involvement from the sector in key local developments.

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