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Defra are working on their response to the Glover Review so this is a critical time to be making co-ordinated input to Defra.
The two proposals we will focus on are:
Proposal 7: A stronger mission to connect all people with our national landscapes, supported and held to account by the new National Landscapes Service
Proposal 17: National landscapes working for vibrant communities
Plenary Sessions provide an overview and inspiring work addressing the two Proposals. Speakers include Julian Glover, Adelle Rowe, Head of Connecting People with Places at Natural England, Dr Anjana Khatwa on encouraging BAME participation in enjoying our protected landscapes, and Professor Mark Shucksmith advisor to the NERC and Rural Communities Committees in the House of Lords. The Morning will be chaired by Howard Davies, Chair of the AONBs.
The conference will split into two working groups each focusing on one of the Proposals. The sessions will begin with 5-7 Lightening Presentations followed by a facilitated Workshop to develop an Action Plan for that Proposal to then present to Defra.
We would like you to Participate!
Have you undertaken work in the area of these two Proposals? Can you demonstrate best practice within your landscape? Would you like to share your experiences so others can learn from you? We are running a call for the afternoon lightning presentations- You will have 5 minutes and a maximum of 15 slides;
We have space for 5 Lightning Presentations for each of the two Proposals.
Please submit your 100 word proposal to Carrie.Hedges@cumbria.ac.uk. Deadline for lightning talk proposals is midnight Friday 28th February 2020.
Pre-Conference Event: 1st April 2020: 8pm
To tie in with this conference we are hosting a Pre-Conference Event:
National Landscapes for All: Inspiring and Celebrating Access to our National Landscapes
This Event will be hosted by internationally renowned mountaineer Simon Yates. We will show short films that capture people enjoying our national landscapes and will have a panel to discuss how we can improve access for everyone and ensure visitors to these places are more representative of the social and ethnic make-up of our society.
Tickets for the main event (2nd April Conference) are £30 and can be booked via the link at the top of this page.
Tickets for the pre-conference evening event (8pm 1st April) are £3 and can be booked here: //store.cumbria.ac.uk/product-catalogue/general/conferences-events/national-landscapes-for-everyone-inspiring-and-celebrating-access-to-our-national-landscapes
10 free student places to the main event are available; please write and apply for one explaining your passion for our national landscapes. This is open to all undergraduate and graduate students. Email your application to: Carrie.Hedges@cumbria.ac.uk. Deadline for applications is midnight Sunday 8th March 2020.