Data Sharing and Public Benefit workshop


Involve, the UK’s leading experts in public participation, in partnership with West Midlands Combined Authority would like to invite you to a workshop exploring the tensions between public benefit and the risks to individual privacy involved in data sharing at a local level.


The workshop will take place:

  • on Monday July 10th
  • from 10am – 4pm
  • at West Midlands Fire Service Headquarters – 99 Vauxhall Road, Birmingham B7 4HW.

This workshop will bring together senior policy makers and practice leaders, from both inside and outside of government in West Midlands, to explore the purpose and benefits of information sharing between service providers: focusing on the health and social care, housing, welfare and criminal justice sectors.


The involvement of a wide range of voluntary and community sector groups at the workshop is seen as highly important. Feel free to circulate to others who you feel may be interested.


To register your interest in attending please click on the following link:

The closing date for bookings is 13th June 2017.


Places are limited and, to ensure there is a balance of public and voluntary sector leaders from across the service areas represented, places will be confirmed 3 weeks prior to the event. At that point, delegates will be sent an agenda for the day and a short background briefing.


Click here for more detailed information.


If you have any questions about the workshop, or would like any further information at this stage please contact Susan Lassesen or Kaela Scott or call 0131 2810891.


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