Wed, 24 Feb, 9-10am, Datawise London and GLA - analysis and insights on disproportionate impact of Covid on BAME and faith communities in LDN

Wed, 24 Feb, 9-10am, Datawise London and GLA - analysis and insights on disproportionate impact of Covid on BAME and faith communities in LDN

Data Talks from Datawise London on the disproportionate impact of Covid-19: London Map of Community Views. Learn about the GLA's engagement, analysis and insights from BAME and faith communities who've been disproportionately impacted by Covid-19 Book here

The Map of Community Views reflects insights from 21 roundtable discussions the GLA Community Engagement team held with faith and BAME organisations and individuals to understand their experiences of COVID-19 and inform London’s response and recovery.

The insights event will focus on:

• Engagement approach, insights and impact

• Analysis and visualising process

• How you can use the map?

We will be joined by the below presenters involved in the engagement and creation of the map:

• Melissa Bennett – GLA Community Engagement Team

• Olivia Bellas – GLA Community Engagement Team

• Mike Brondbjerg – GLA Data Visualisation, City Intelligence

Join us to hear more about the process and results of this engagement.

This is a joint event between the GLA and Datawise London partners - including London Plus and Superhighways.

To find out more about the work of the Community Engagement Team at the GLA, check out their blog. You can opt to receive e-mails from the Community Engagement Team when you register for a place at this event.

Format: Large event webinar

This session is an online live-format webinar. You will hear from speakers relevant to the topic and may see demos of tools or techniques to help you in your work.

There will be limited interactivity but there will be a chance to ask questions. It's great if you can join us with video but not essential throughout. These sessions may be recorded to share with a wider audience.

More about the Datawise London programme

This Data Talk forms part of the Datawise London programme, funded by City Bridge Trust as part of the Cornerstone Fund.

London’s community data is one of our greatest assets. Our mission at Datawise is to help you unlock it.

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