Every Monday at Impact Hub Birmingham is Open Project Night, 6.30pm – 10.30pm.
Once a week we fling open the doors of Impact Hub Birmingham extra wide and invite any imagineers working on projects, ventures and ideas focused on unleashing a better us – a better Birmingham – to all come together in the same space. Creatives, activists, entrepreneurs, dreamers, scientists, makers and doers, everyone is welcome to come along to add their vision of a better Birmingham.
If you want to organise your own meet up or find out more about Open Project Night, just click here!
What’s happening tonight?
Sisters Uncut is a feminist direct action group that campaigns to prevent and reverse cuts to domestic violence services and austerity measures. the group is open to all those identifying as women; including those with multi-gender identities and those who experience oppression as women.
Kate Andrews from Ampersand Projects will present the Green Lens in collaboration with Eco Birmingham. Green Lens is a Birmingham based project which asked young people to voice the green issues that matter to them, locally or globally through the medium of photography and video. As part of an upcoming exhibition at Mac Birmingham, Ampersand Projects are creating a short film which asks different people in Birmingham – ‘What does a greener future look like to you? How do we get there?’. It would be great if people attending this Open Project Night could contribute their thoughts to this film with a short ‘vix-pops’ style interview.
A Gentleman’s Perspective event is a unique relationship seminar inspired by the book “Random Thoughts, A Gentleman’s Perspective.
This event will have experienced speakers on the panel, who will be answering the relationships questions. The areas covered will be relationship development, communication barriers, co-parenting, dating and mental health within relationships. The purpose of this event is to find the problems and advise on the best solutions that impact positively.
If you are interested in discussing things like…
– Building and improving broken relationships
– How to love unconditionally
– Working on self hate, insecurities in relationships
– Knowing your self worth in and out of relationships
– Encouraging men to acknowledge the importance of women and how to treat them better in relationships
– Provoking thoughts about what is acceptable and not acceptable in relationships
– Educate men and women on how to improve their communication
– Learning how to recognise the positive and negative triggers in relationships
– Understanding your partner’s mental state
– The methods and solutions to make relationships work
– How to handle co-parenting struggles and issues
– Recognising and over come manipulators, narcissists and controlling partners
This is a chance to voice your thoughts, opinions and experiences on dating issues, relationships and co-parenting in today’s society. If you have a question that you would like to ask in the show, we will have a anonymous box for personal questions, this allows you to express your thoughts without anybody knowing. You can email any questions in advance of the event to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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TICKETS ARE “FREE” BUT LIMITED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS.
As this is a free event, please only book tickets if you are sure you can attend. This will ensure there are no empty seats and everyone gets a chance to attend. Please note, this event is for over 16’s only. You can get more details and book tickets here.
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