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ACF Annual Conference 2018

Borders, Barriers and Boundaries

ACF’s annual conference for staff and trustees of foundations and grant-making charities from across the UK will take place on Wednesday 07 November 2017 at BMA House, Central London.

At this year’s conference we will be asking: can thinking about foundation practice in relation to borders, barriers and boundaries provide a helpful lens in disorientating times?

Conference plenary

To help us explore the theme, we are delighted to welcome our conference plenary speakers:

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA

Bridget Anderson, Professor of Mobilities, Migration and Citizenship, University of Bristol

Ruth Ibegbuna, Director, The Roots Programme

Chaired by Andrew McCracken Chief Executive, Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

14 break-out sessions

There are 14 break-out sessions to choose from covering a wide range of topical issues of interest to foundations.

Please use the conference brochure to find descriptions of the break-out sessions.

Networking dinner

Tuesday 06 November 2018

6.30pm for a 7pm start, central London

Speaker Raheel Mohammed, Director, Maslaha

On the evening before conference you are warmly invited to a networking dinner to meet with other foundation colleagues who are attending conference the next day. This three course dinner will be a great opportunity to relax and start conversations around the conference theme of borders, barriers and boundaries.

£40 per person includes a three course dinner and drinks. Please note booking is essential.

Overnight Accomodation

Please click here for details of hotels near to the conference venue.

We look forward to seeing you in November.

To book your place, please use the link below, giving your break-out session choices from the brochure. 

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Contact

conference@acf.org.uk| 0207 255 4499

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