Food for Thought
Queens Cross and Glasgow Caledonian University have joined up to host a new series of free talks where people can learn and debate with experts about important subjects in local community venues.
Food and refreshments are provided at each event.
Inequality in Scotland's economic decision making
Wed, 27 February 2019
18:00 – 20:00
Dundasvale Resident Hall
Join researchers from the WISE Centre for Economic Justice and members of the Participatory Budgeting evaluation team at GCU to talk about having your say in local decision making.
Whose voices are heard and who's in the room when decisions are made about local resources and public finances can make a difference. Time pressuers and caring responsibilities also make a difference to how people can participate in local - and national - opportunities to make their voices heard.
Book your place here > https://bit.ly/2DliiFF
What kind of society do we want in Scotland?
Thu, 28 March 2019
18:30 – 20:30
Windsor Community Hall
1 Windsor Street
Join researchers from the Sirius project at GCU to talk about their work around integration of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the european workforce and the impact of Brexit for Migrants to Scotland and for the Scottish people.
Book your place here > https://bit.ly/2E1VyMB
Sport and Social Change
Thu, 25 April 2019
18:00 – 20:00
Join researchers from GCU's Glasgow School for Business and Society to hear about how the memories of professional football players who grew up in glasgow present a very different view of life in so-called deprived neighbourhoods.
Find out how GCU staff are working with partners to promote greater social inclusions in their sports related courses through mentoring and volunteering in education for students.
Book your place here > https://bit.ly/2terU0a