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Seminar 1 - Defining the Challenge and Potential Interventions

The first Inclusive Growth seminar focused on the research, policy and data on economic and social inequality to define the real scale of the challenge nationally and locally.  It highlighted potential interventions to be developed through the seminar series and beyond. 

Wednesdy 16 October 2019

Presentations from the event


Seminar 2 - Place-based Strategies

Economic inequalities and deprivation are often concentrated in specific areas of cities and towns, or affect places in specific ways. The solutions to the inequality challenge can also lie within these places strengths and opportunities.  This seminar will focus on lessons learned from cities and organisations that are taking the initiative to lead public-private place based strategies and investments.

Monday 28 October 2019, 6pm - 8.30pm, Kellogg College

Papers to follow


Seminar 3 - Economic Opportunities for All

This seminar will focus on the themes of workforce skills and training, employer engagement and initiatives, and the role the business sector can play to expand economic opportunities to all.

Wednesday 20 November 2019, 6pm - 8.30pm, City of Oxford College, Blackbird Leys Campus

Papers to follow