Upcoming free event: Experiences of Urban Green Spaces

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Dear network members,

The Arts and Humanities Research Council is proud to present this second part of a 2-part series on the use of urban green spaces.


Here is the link to the online event:

Experiences of urban green spaces Tickets, Thu 29 Apr 2021 at 14:00 | Eventbrite 


From the AHRC-funded project: Wastes and Strays: the past, present and future of English urban commons.

This two-part webinar series will develop a new multi-faceted definition of the 'urban' common that recognises distinctions in historic use and current political status alongside value for future health, diversity and wellbeing.

This webinar will consider the current uses of the urban commons. What do urban green spaces mean today, and how has this changed during COVID?

Link to part 1 here:



2.00: Participants admitted to zoom conference

2.10: Professor Chris Rodgers: “Forever Green? Nourishing our urban commons in a post-pandemic context”

2.45: Q&A

3.00 : Thematic group discussions*

3.30: Feedback

4.00: Close

*Some readings will be provided closer to the event. These are designed to aid the discussion and provide some background information.



We hope to see you there!

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