FREE seminar on the London Olympics and its legacy
Moore Development Consultancy, in conjunction with the Runnymede Trust and the Centre for Research on Migration, Refugees and Belonging (CMRB), is hosting a FREE seminar on Wednesday 24 July looking at the role played by last summer’s Olympics and the impact it has had almost a year on.
Entitled ‘The power of sport for social change: the Olympics and its legacy for London’, the event is taking place at the University of East London’s Stratford Campus and will run from 6-8:30pm.
Professor Ben Carrington of the University of Texas will be delivering a keynote lecture providing a critical analysis of the idea that sport is an agent for social change and link this to the legacy the Olympics have left.
The talk is followed by an expert panel discussion with Professor Carrington joined by leading figures from the world of sport and the community including Connie Henry, former GB triple jumper and the Track Academy Founder, David Neita, a lawyer and community advocate, Anna Kessel, a Guardian journalist, Piara Powar, director of Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE), and Michelle Moore, a sports and diversity consultant.
Full address: University of East London, Stratford Campus, Water Lane, London, E15 4LZ (nearest tube Stratford).
Please RSVP with email@example.com to avoid disappointment as places are limited. Once you receive email confirmation your space is confirmed.