Local Impact of Universal Credit and GDPR

Bookings now open for TSL Goes Local events!

Third Sector Leeds Goes Local are events/workshops that take place in each of the three local areas of Leeds twice a year: East North East, West North West and South East.

In the past conversations have included: domestic abuse, inclusion, the environment, health and wellbeing and more recently community resilience.

TSL held a short workshop in January to start discussing the Impact of the Universal Credit Rollout (to be rolled out in Leeds in October 2018) and the Implications of the forthcoming GDPR for small groups.

Report from this workshop can be found here

We will now explore these areas on a local level. We will discuss what Universal Credit means for the local communities you work with and how the sector together can help to reduce the negative impact of this.

We will also give a brief introduction to the key challenges small organisations need to address in preparation for the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulations (due to come into force in May 2018).  

 **There will be an opportunity to network with a wide range of groups and organisations working in a similar area**

The dates are:                                                   
South East | Tuesday 17 April 2018 | 10am – 12.30pm | Tenants Hall, Middleton
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West North West | Monday 23 April 2018 |10am -12.30pm | Venue tbc
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East North East | Thursday 26 April 2018 | 1.30pm – 4pm | Old Fire Station, Gipton  BOOK NOW

To book a place, click on the area (above) to go to the relevant Eventbrite page. 

If you have any further questions please email donna.cremin@val.org.uk