DescriptionThe UK Government public consultation complementing the Strategy for our Veterans was launched 14 November 2018 and will end on 21 February 2019.
We are holding two consultation events to facilitate round table discussions on how best to implement the Strategy for our Veterans based on the consultation questions in the paper, for those currently involved in providing or evaluating services. These events are aimed at Armed Forces charities, local authorities, academics. These London events will be held at MOD, Main Building, Whitehall, SW1A 2HB on: 30 January and 4 February 2019. We are also hoping to hold an event in Manchester, but this is yet to be confirmed.
We would like to invite you to apply for a place at one of the two London events, either to attend on 30 January or 4 February. There will be a maximum number of 80 attendees per event, so we may have to allocate quotas per stakeholder group.
The following is a draft outline structure of the day: Discussions will be framed around the consultation questions set out in the UK Government Consultation Paper, which is available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/strategy-for-our-veterans-uk-government-consultation-paper.
0915 – 0945 Arrival, registration
0945 – 1000 Welcome, opening comments, aims of the day etc.
Cross-Cutting Factors - with five tables, one for each of the Cross-Cutting Factors
1000 – 1100 breakout session 1 (participants to select which table they would like to join)
1100 – 1130 coffee
1130 – 1230 breakout session 2 (participants to select a different table to join)
1230 – 1330 lunch
Key Themes - with six tables, one for each of the Key Themes
1330 – 1430 breakout session 3 (participants to select which table they would like to join)
1430 – 1500 coffee
1500 – 1600 breakout session 4 (participants to select a different table to join)
1600 – 1615 concluding comments, thanks, close
|Period||4 Feb 2019|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
Presentation on the function of the Map of Need Project to the Veterans Advisory Board, Cabinet Office, UK Government
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk