Book your place here. Join us on 7 March 6pm at City Hall, SE1 2AA, to hear the latest information and to share ideas on building a positive environment together in our neighbourhoods & boroughs.
How should we prepare for 29 March, regardless of the outcome of negotiations?
We are aware that many of us – representing organisations and as individuals – have questions and concerns about the impact of EU Exit, regardless of whether this is a ‘no deal’ situation, or what ‘deal’ is agreed upon. We are also aware that these questions and concerns may be around tangible issues, or less tangible issues, and may be objective and real, or mostly arise from perceptions.
You are invited to a briefing and discussion on EU Exit on Thursday 7th March from 6pm-8pm.
This will be an opportunity to share these questions and concerns with each other, and also to hear from key people from public agencies such as the Police, local and central government. We will also aim to guide participants to sources of clear information and to share ideas together for how to build a positive, welcoming and hopeful environment in our communities.
The following questions and concerns may be included:
* Possible spikes in hate crime
* Concerns about possible shortages of food, fuel and medicines
* Staffing issues in our own organisations and in public services
* Residence and status issues for our members
* Issues for students
* Concerns that other more important issues have been side-lined as a result of the unhealthy focus on Brexit
There is no cost and all are invited to this meeting.
Please forward this invitation on to others who might find it useful.
LBFN leads on training and exercising for the Faith Sector Panel of London Resilience.
Our training Safe | Secure | Resilient will be available for Londoners again later this year.
We are grateful to City Hall for hosting this event.