NANM events aim to create discussion and engagement, the sharing of experiences and creation of new ideas. Conversations rather than ‘presentations’.
- The state of neighbourhood and locality working 2018, 5 July, Whitechapel Ideastore and Library, London. To mark ten years since the NANM was established we are launching a new report which provides a picture of locality and neighbourhood working across England in 2018 – where it being used, what models are in place, and what factors are likely to affect its future? Book your place now.
- Spotlight on Communities, 27 January 2017, York. An event to share stories and experiences from across the north of England hosted jointly by City of York, the West Yorkshire Network and the NANM.
- The state of neighbourhood and locality working, 14 June 2016, Birmingham. An event to share approaches to neighbourhood working from around the country.
- Giving time – can volunteers be nudged? 19 November 2015, Birmingham. An event to share the learning from a major academic research study into what motivates individuals to volunteer and whether volunteers can be ‘nudged’.
- Devolution: single or double? Thursday 12 March 2015, Barnsley. An Event exploring the question ‘What will greater regional devolution mean for neighbourhoods?’.
- Seven stories of localism: Accountability, localism and co-production, 8 July 2014, Birmingham An event exploring Manchester and Birmingham Universities’ research into models of local accountability and co-production, using stories told by practitioners.
- Five models of localism: which are you?
- What’s in the plan Stan? An event to share the latest plans from different neighbourhood projects
- Neighbourhoods and DIY local democracy