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The Social Recruitment Advocacy Group - Key Dates

July - December 2023

Tuesday 11 July, Birmingham  

Board Group Meeting. 

Keynote from Gillian Churchill, Chief Executive Officer, Movement to Work. Midway through their 10th Anniversary year, Movement to Work share invaluable insight on what employers can do to better engage and recruit young people not in employment, education, or training.

Tuesday 18 July, Online. 

Lunch and Learn.

Lisa Walker, Regional Manager, Gloucestershire Carers Hub, leads a session on how employers can support carers dealing with the every day pressures of sustaining their employment while juggling the demands of unpaid care commitments.

Tuesday 5th September, Online.

Lunch and Learn.

The subject of Racial Awareness will be explored from the perspectives of Saheeb Hussain from West Midlands Trains, and Shan Saba from Brightwork. Themes will include the urgent need for more people from ethnic minorities in leadership roles, whether mentorship can play a part in changing things for the better, and much more. 

Tuesday 28 November, Location TBC

Board Group Meeting. 

The final face to face group meeting of 2023 will feature social recruitment value building case studies from Employers and SRAG Partner organisations. 

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Dr Craig Corrigan

Social Value Solutions Manager and Social Recruitment Advocacy Group Secretariat

To find out more about attending any Social Advocacy Group meetings please contact Dr Craig Corrigan, [email protected] 

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