Birmingham news flash — Barrow Cadbury Trust

The Barrow Cadbury Trust has just announced the following free events in Birmingham:

Find out how to share video content more effectively on YouTube

Net Squared Midlands is hosting a free event on Monday 16 January 6.30-8.30 pm on effective sharing of video content using YouTube at the Impact Hub, Walker Building, 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham, B5 5NR. Find out more and register.

Free workshop on financial education for young people

CHASM (the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management) is running a free one day event on 2 February 10-4.30 at University of Birmingham to look at what works in financial education for young people. Send mail to Helen Harris to find out more and book a place.

Have your say on diversity

BRAP is inviting people to participate in an event with a difference in February. “Too scared to ask?” will give people the chance to be honest about how they feel about the diversity agenda. BRAP believes that many people feel they have little choice but to agree with positive claims about diversity, while privately having many unanswered concerns or questions. The event on Wednesday, 15 February 5:30-7:30pm at the Impact Hub, Birmingham, B5 5NR will give people an open space for all views to be heard and considered. Find out more and register.

Come and discuss Birmingham devolution

DevoConnect in partnership with City-REDI are hosting an evening of debate and discussion in Birmingham on Thursday 2 March 5.30-7.30pm at Birmingham University to address some of the issues British cities are facing through the devolution process. The free event is open to everyone. Find out more and register.

Koestler West Midlands art exhibition

Beyond the Door is a Koestler West Midlands exhibition 13 January – 26 March at Arena Gallery, Birmingham of artwork, writing and music from prisons, secure hospitals and those on community sentences in the West Midlands. Displayed work has been chosen by Walsall Youth Justice Service from entries to the 2016 Koestler Awards. Admission is free.

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