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    Open Data for Race Equality? One-Day Seminar and Capacity Building Event

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    START DATE 27 November 2012
    START TIME 12:00am
    END DATE 27 November 2012
    END TIME 12:00am

    Runnymede Trust and Middlesex University’s Social Policy Research Centre are working in partnership to organise a one-day seminar and capacity building event on the government’s ‘Open Data’ agenda and its impact on Race Equality in the UK.

    Runnymede Trust and Middlesex University’s Social Policy Research Centre are working in partnership to organise a one-day seminar and capacity building event on the government’s ‘Open Data’ agenda and its impact on Race Equality in the UK.

    More generally, the event will discuss changes in how public data is funded, collected and made accessible to the general public and how the community sector can use data for advocacy and to hold local and national government to account.

    The event is free to attend, with lunch provided. However, early booking is essential for our planning purposes, and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.  Places can be booked here.

    The conference is organised by Alessio D'Angelo from Middlesex University and Kamaljeet Gill, Omar Khan, Brandy Jensen from Runnymede Trust.

    Location: Middlesex University’s Hendon Campus
    Date: Tuesday 27th  November 2012
    Time: 10 am to 4 pm
    More information: Please visit our website

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