Come and join us to talk about what matters to people in Sheffield.
Building on Sheffield City Partnership’s Framework for an Inclusive & Sustainable Economy, this State of Sheffield event is all about people’s real experiences of life in our city; rather than launching a 2019 report, we will be listening to people from across our neighbourhoods and communities talk about what Sheffield is like for them.
The series of State of Sheffield reports has become a very useful resource, using a range of data sources and perspectives to pull together an overview of the city and building an evidence base over time. Each year we have explored different themes, with the annual launch event providing a great opportunity for stakeholders to come together to discuss the city’s challenges and opportunities in a variety of areas. But in 2019 we want to bring to life the issues which the reports and discussions have highlighted and fill in the gaps about life in Sheffield which the data alone doesn’t show.
To do this, we have come together with a number of our partners to spend time engaging with different groups and individuals across Sheffield, discussing what works and doesn’t work for them. We’re going to collect and capture these conversations in a variety of ways which we will then present at the event, and we’d like to invite you to come together to hear these perspectives, reflect on the key messages, and help us identify the next steps we need to take together to respond.
Introduction by Lord Blunkett, Chair of Sheffield City Partnership Board. Other speakers and full programme to be confirmed.
Book your place via Eventbrite using this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/state-of-sheffield-engagement-event-tickets-57496714220