Request for a DDPO to speak at forthcoming “Celebrating the Diversity of Older Londoners” 22 February 10am  City Hall

Positive Ageing in London (London’s age forum) are organising a conference supported by the Mayor of London’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion manager (Sue Johnson). The conference is titled Celebrating the Diversity of Older Londoners and it is being held at City Hall from 10 am on 22 February. 

Positive Ageing are looking for a DDPO speakers to represent London’s Deaf and disabled communities. They have speakers talking about the contribution that different BAMER communities have brought to London as well as the LGBT communities and other groups of older Londoners, with a contribution from the Mayor’s office and do hope that you or a colleague can also come and speak.

The aim is for this conference (which is free and will have a sandwich lunch and tea & coffee supplied) to be both a celebration of the benefits that different communities which make up the 2 million plus older Londoners bring, as well as raising issues that impact on each group and the barriers that we all face.

They would like  a DDPO to speak for 15 minutes plus a few minutes for questions and also to help us facilitate our focus groups after lunch to agree recommendations to be sent to the Mayor about how better to represent positively the wide range of older Londoners and to address issues of common concern.

They have very limited finances ( we are all volunteers plus we have our administrator working for 1 day / week) so unfortunately cannot pay speakers costs unless there is a need for accessible transport in which case we can pay for speakers uber fares.

If you are interested please email Chris Guite, Chair of Positive Ageing in London

Join the discussion (No comments yet)

You must be logged in to post comments.

Disclaimer: The posts on this noticeboard are from Inclusion London member organisations. Inclusion London cannot assume any responsibility for the services advertised, and the views expressed, unless specifically stated, are not those of Inclusion London. The accessibility of any event listed is the responsibility of the event organiser, and we advise contacting the organisation directly if you have any questions about accessing the training or events listed.