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Final Call for Bookings: Connecting museums, libraries, and archive to new communities; Friday 5th March 2010; London

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There are only a few days to book on the following course.  Please book soon to avoid disappointment.

 

Connecting museums, libraries, and archives to new communities 

 

Date: Friday 5th March 2010

Time: 09:45 - 16:45

Venue: MLA London, 4th Floor, 53-56 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DG

 

The demographic profile of communities across the UK is changing faster than ever before. Every region of Britain has experienced significant migratory change. Patterns of migration are also very different from previous waves of migration to Britain, particularly with the enlargement of the European Union (EU). "Museums, libraries and archives are ideally placed to support new communities and to meet many of their needs. [These organisations] act as hubs of information, where people can come to find out about local services and opportunities to get involved in their local community." Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

 

How is your organisation responding to the needs of a changing community and what more do you need to do? This one-day course will support museum, library, and archive practitioners to develop the potential of their organisation and reach new audiences. The course will include:

 

         Background information on new communities in the UK, including refugees, asylum seekers and migrants from the new EU accession states 

         Migration and settlement patterns 

         The role of museums, libraries, and archives in supporting the diverse needs of new arrivals and their integration into local communities 

         Ways that organisations can successfully engage with new communities and build partnerships with other providers 

         Opportunities to consider local issues 

         Opportunities to share successful practice

 

The course will assist museums, libraries, archives, and local authorities to respond to wider policy agendas, including:

 

         Community cohesion 

         Anti-discrimination & equalities (including Equality Impact Assessments) 

         Community empowerment 

         Integration and citizenship

 

Trainer: John Vincent, The Network; and Bill Bolloten, education consultant

Price: 115 (+VAT) per delegate; cost includes all course papers, refreshments, and lunch.  

There are a limited number of Renaissance London funded places on this course - these free places are for London based museum practitioners.  Please contact us on the details below to enquire into availability.

 

Bookings: Download a booking form for MLA London's training courses  or contact Julia on 020 7549 1712 or [log in to unmask] to request a form via email.

MLA London's booking terms and conditions have changed.  Please read the booking form carefully.

 

 

 

 

Paddy McNulty

Workforce Development and Events Manager

MLA London

 

4th Floor, 53-56 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DG

 

020 7549 1711

www.mlalondon.org.uk <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/> 

 

JANUARY 2010 COURSES: Digital Projects: Project Management <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1474&NavigationID=287>  (07/01), Low cost marketing strategies <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1521&NavigationID=287>  (14/01), Copyright Essentials <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1461&NavigationID=287>  (20/01), Stop the Rot! <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1476&NavigationID=287>  (22/01), Moving into Management <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1557&NavigationID=287>  (25/01), Project Management for Archivists <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1463&NavigationID=287>  (27/01), Community Engagement: Evaluation <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=1470&NavigationID=287>  (29/01); Full program at http://bit.ly/6f8Fv <http://bit.ly/6f8Fv> 

 

To book a place download a booking form <http://www.mlalondon.org.uk/uploads/documents/0910_MLAL_BOOKING_FORM.doc>  from our website and return it to [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> .  

 

 

Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail

 

MLA London is the strategic regional development agency for museums, libraries and archives in London. We are part of the MLA Partnership.

 

For further information please visit the website at www.mlalondon.org.uk

 

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Security Warning: Although this e-mail and its attachments have been screened and are believed to be free from any virus, in all cases it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the e-mail and any associated attachments are virus free. MLA London will not accept liability for any damage caused by a virus.

 

 

 


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