Northampton Community Engagement Dinner: Achieving Cohesiveness through Multiculturalism: Is it possible?

Open to Everyone
Free to Attend

Hilton Hotel 100 Watering Lane Collingtree, NORTHAMPTON, NN4 0XW

Dr Chris Allen

Associate Professor in Hate Studies at the Centre for Hate Studies, University of Leicester

Prof Alan Manning

Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), The London School of Economics and Political Science

Prof Mike Hardy

Chair of Intercultural Relations and a founding Director of the Centre for Trust, Peace, and Social Relations at Coventry University.

The Dialogue Society Northampton Branch organises annual Community Engagement Dinners, to foster dialogue and understanding between diverse people in Northampton and the surrounding area. The dinners bring together community leaders from different backgrounds, policy makers and the wider public to get to know one another over dinner and to reflect together on important social issues. People of diverse religions and of no religion are invited to attend.

The theme of this 7th Annual Community Dialogue Dinner is ‘Achieving cohesiveness through multiculturalism: is it possible?’ Three distinguished speakers, Prof Mike Hardy, Prof Alan Manning and Dr Chris Allen, will give their reflections on the question, providing food for thought for the whole gathering. Discussion will continue among the diverse group of guests at each table.