People’s PPE Conference: Saturday June 4th

People led workshops and seminars

In the interactions and conversations we have had with our audience members at People’s PPE events, it has become abundantly clear to the organisers that the wealth of talent, ideas and experience that you have is phenomenal.

We would like to help YOU turn your great ideas and talents into tangible events.

Open Source Conference

Is there a topic that you would like to see addressed at a People’s PPE event?
Would you be interested in organising your own panel event?
How about running your own seminar or lecture?
Do you know anyone who you think would make for a great guest speaker?

If the answer to any of these questions is “yes” (or even “maybe..”), People’s PPE would like to help YOU turn your ideas into a reality.

Queen Mary University and People’s PPE: Communities Festival

People’s PPE have partnered with Queen Mary University, and will be hosting a conference day as part of the QMUL community festival on Saturday June 4th.

More details about the QMUL festival can be found here.

The People’s PPE Conference will have the capacity to hold around 20 events on the community festival day, in a mix of lecture theatre and classroom settings.

If you would like to organise your own event, or lead your own seminar or workshop – please fill out the relevant application document (below) and submit it to by Friday 8th April

Note – Even if some of your ideas are incomplete, do feel free to submit them by Friday 8th April, and we will work together with you as best as we can to make your event come to fruition.

People’s PPE Conference: Saturday June 4th

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