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The Glass-House Debate Series – Place: a shared responsibility?

February 3, 2016 @ 18:00 - 19:30 GMT

“Who is going to be the maker of the change?” declared one of our speakers at the final debate of The Glass-House 2014/15 Series. This call to action for civic responsibility is one that many answer but others do not. Yet so often we decry the lack of care shown for places. What is the relationship between the rights we have in our places and spaces, and the responsibilities we have for their care? How can we work better together as citizens with those responsible for managing our places and are there new models for collaboration we should try?

This is the third debate in The Glass-House 2015/16 Debate Series, A Place for Everyone?, in partnership with The Academy of Urbanism and the Open University.


Michelle Daniel, Senior Mentor, Broxtowe Education, Skills and Training (BEST)
Cllr Graham Chapman, Deputy Leader, Nottingham City Council

A third speaker will be announced shortly.

The debate will be chaired by Glass-House Chief Executive, Sophia de Sousa.

Newton Building
Nottingham Trent University
Burton Street

Drinks reception at 5.30pm
Debate starts at 6pm

This is a free event
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Please contact The Glass-House if you would like to be involved or make a contribution. Email Lucia das Neves, Marketing and Events Manager, at lucia@theglasshouse.org.uk


February 3, 2016
18:00 - 19:30 GMT
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Nottingham Trent University
Burton Street
Nottingham, NG1 4BU United Kingdom
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