Join us for the launch of the State of Sheffield 2018 Report on Friday 9th March, 10.00 am - 12.00 pm at Hallam Hall, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, Sheffield S1 2LX.
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The State of Sheffield report provides an overview of the city, describing how things are, how things are changing and how Sheffield compares to other similar places. It is not based on one single organisational perspective, but instead uses a wide range of existing data sources and reports. It is the only report that brings together information on developments in Sheffield to reflect on city-wide issues and trends.
The purpose of the report is to inform anyone with an interest in how our city is performing, including the city leaders on the Sheffield City Partnership Board, about the shared challenges and opportunities facing the city, and highlight future priorities to pursue.
This conference will outline the findings of the 2018 report and will cover the following key areas:
- Safety & Security
- Democracy and Engagement
- Social and Community Infrastructure
- Health & Wellbeing
There will be contributions from The Chair of Sheffield City Partnership Board, Lord Blunkett of Brightside & Hillsborough, Editor of the Report Professor David Robinson from The University of Sheffield and Laura White, Partnership Manager. Other contributors to be confirmed.
Registration from 9.30 am