We’re still building Marmalade
Here are some of the sessions taking place - watch this space for more.
Wednesday 10 April, afternoon
A chance to think together about our long-term vision for the cultural development of Oxford. How can funders, different communities, different service providers, artists and cultural organisations work together to make Oxford a better place?
A session from Oxford’s cultural organisations, hosted by Oxford City Council, What Next? and Arts at the Old Fire Station.
Thursday 11 April, afternoon.
Many start-ups begin with big ambitions. After you get started and create a sustainable business model, the next challenge is to scale up, spread your innovation and meet a wider need. For that, you need a scale-up strategy so that you can assemble the resources you need.
Spring Impact’s founder Dan Berelowitz will explain the techniques that can be used, and the toolkit they have developed.
Friday 12 April, morning
Under the UN’s Sustainable Development goals, all girls and boys should complete free, equitable and quality education until age 18, by 2030. This is an ambitious goal, and now stretches to include secondary education as well as primary. How can we ensure that every young person in the world has the chance of secondary education, as a stepping stone to a positive future?
Martin Burt of Foundation Paraguaya has developed a network of agricultural schools which provide secondary education and opportunities for productive livelihoods. He will lead a discussion about how we can make this goal a reality.
Friday 12 April, afternoon
Climate change, plastic pollution, pollution of sea, land and the air we breathe – it can be hard for people to find practical solutions to these problems. But the world would be a better place if we all did things to help address these problems, taking steps, however small, to help. We call this “Purposeful Doing”.
Following a successful 2018 pilot, Florian Hoffman, founder of The Do School, will lead an interactive session to help make International Do Day a reality.