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CFO Centenary Webinar Series – STARTS TONIGHT!!

ALL WELCOME – Please click the link below to join any of the  webinars as below:
Passcode: 139530

In celebration of  CFO’s 100th Birthday we are holding a series of free thought provoking webinars with special guests:  Anneliese Dodds MP, Will Hutton, and Dr Friederike Otto.

  • Tuesday 6th October Will Hutton, Writer and Broadcaster: Post COVID-19 Britain and Oxfordshire – what are the challenges and opportunities for our communities and the economy?
  • Wednesday 7th October – Dr Friederike Otto – Director of the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford: The Climate Emergency: the role of communities in systemic change.
  • Thursday 8th October – Anneliese Dodds MP – Shadow Chancellor and MP for Oxford East: Making housing work for communities, locally and nationally.

All webinars will start at 19:00 and last for about an hour with the opportunity for Q&A at the end.

In 2020, communities face huge challenges in the face of COVID-19 and the Climate Emergency. Yet it is community energy and activism itself which must be harnessed and supported to drive the recovery from the pandemic and the transition to a Zero-Carbon world.

Our speakers will take us through their visions for meeting the key challenges of the present and creating truly sustainable future communities.


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