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Our webinars

Over the course of our Sussex Uncovered webinar series, we  uncover urgent issues facing people and communities across Sussex. We look behind the stats and headlines and hear from volunteers and charities working to make a positive difference to people’s lives.

Think global, act local: how Sussex charities are improving the lives of local people whilst protecting our planet.

In this third Sussex Uncovered webinar (Thursday 18th November, 4pm), we uncovered the ways in which local groups are supporting people in Sussex and simultaneously protecting our planet. Many environmentally sustainable projects deliver economic benefits while improving people’s lives and protecting the environment. Watch below:

The session featured key speakers:

  • Carrie Cort , CEO Sussex Green Living
  • Kelly Dibbert, Development Manager FareShare Sussex

During the session, which was also our Annual Meeting, we looked back on the achievements of the Foundation over the past year and talked about our aims for a sustainable future.

Watch a recording of our second webinar – Sussex Uncovered: how Sussex charities are improving people’s lives with expert advice and support 

In the second of our Sussex Uncovered webinars, we uncovered the ways in which good advice and support helped people and communities during the pandemic (and why it is still needed).

Speakers included:

  • Jackie Wilkes, District Manager at Lewes District Citizens Advice Bureaux
  • Ahmad Yabroudi, Chair of the Sussex Syrian Community Group
  • Geni Johnson, Chief Operating Officer at Brighton Women’s Centre

 

Watch a recording of our first webinar: A great place to live for everyone: how Sussex charities are helping to improve mental and physical well-being

The webinar heard from volunteers and charities working to make a difference to people’s well-being – both mental and physical.

Further webinar dates will be:

  • Thursday 18 November, 4pm
  • Thursday 20 January, 4pm

You can find out more about the needs and strengths of our communities across Sussex by reading our report Sussex Uncovered here.

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