Event: The ‘Unusual Suspects Festival’ 7-9 October 2015- Glasgow
The ‘Unusual Suspects Festival’ will, this year, be held in Glasgow from 7th-9th October 2015.
The event will be bringing together a range of participants from Scotland and around the World. This diverse event will also feature a range of different formats such as talks, walks, debates, music and discussions. The combination of social innovation professionals and ‘unusual suspects’ promises to enliven conversations and engender new ways of thinking. The festival looks to bring together ideas about the way in which collaboration and social innovation can work together in order address societal challenges.
If you would like to see more about last year’s festival, which was held in London, then a video is available.
You can sign up to receive further information, including on registration here. For further questions or to find out how to get involved please contact Jordan.Junge@socialinnovationexchange.org.
The festival is supported by the Big Lottery Fund, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Nesta & Glasgow Caledonian University, in collaboration with brilliant organisations including Collaborate, Scottish Community Development Centre, IncludeM, Family Action for Rogerfield and Easterhouse, Goldsmith’s University’s Meta Design department, the Scottish Government, Snook, URBACT, Pidgin Perfect, the Yunus Centre, Inspiring Scotland, Glasgow City of Science, Social Care Ideas Factory, and many more.
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