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Reducing health inequalities – building cohesive communities

 

 

15th September 2021, Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham

Strategies, policies, experiences, real stories and successes to be told, lessons to be learnt, ideas and experiences to be shared

Reducing health inequalities – building cohesive communities
A conference which focuses on how to improve
the health of the most disadvantaged groups

 

Reducing the gap between the best and the worst off

 

Martyn Allison, FCIMSPA, Big Difference Company

Can we design a universal approach that is fairer for those in need?

 

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Natalie Austin, Regional Head of Public Health Development, Everyone Active

How leisure providers can achieve positive action in reducing health inequalities

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 Natalie Austin is the Regional Head of Public Health Development for Everyone Active. She has created the first physical activity standard evaluation framework for EA and is developing a proportionate universalism approach to interventions across the South East.

 

Dr Justin Varney, Director of Public Health, Birmingham City Council

Reducing health inequalities in Birmingham

 

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Paul Brivio, Chief Executive, Active Oxfordshire

It’s all about change in community sport and physical activity

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Paul Brivio joined Active Oxfordshire in August 2018 as part of a radical transformation project. Paul has previously worked at Sport England (and Sports Council as was) at a national and regional level. Having worked in local government for over 10 years Paul was part of the team that helped create Bromley Mytime as a new leisure trust in 2004. Before coming to Oxfordshire Paul worked as a consultant and was a Lead Quest Assessor working across the country with facilities and development teams. His Favourite Motto is “Do not curse the darkness, light a candle”.

 

Ken Masser, Chief Executive Officer, Rossendale Leisure Trust

Connecting for Communities

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 Ken Masser is the Lead for People and Place within the Pennine Lancashire Local Delivery Pilot funded by Sport England. Ken has a  background in Organizational Change, and experience in leading change in communities, organisations and placed based systems. 

 

Michelle Howard, Director, Active Communities, The Active Wellbeing Society, Birmingham

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Clare Roscoe, Senior Lecturer, University of Derby, Author of the Public Health England report

Understanding and Addressing the Inequalities in Physical Activity

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Warren Smyth, Chief Executive, Abbeycroft Leisure

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Svend Elkjaer, Founder/Director Sports Marketing Network

Chair and It’s all about change in community sport and physical activity

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