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University Alliance reflects on how universities can be true to their civic mission.

University Alliance reviews Nottigham Civic Exchange

During the launch of our recent report with the RSA on Addressing Economic Insecurity, we welcomed the University Alliance's Policy and Public Affairs Officer Fraser Burt.  Following the event, Fraser reflected on our work and the role we play within Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University. As an important anchor institution within Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, NTU aims to be a supportive civic organisation that provides resources and fresh thinking to the region. We see Nottingham Civic Exchange as a central pillar of this work.  Find out more by getting in touch with us via email.

You can read Fraser's piece on Nottingham Civic Exchange and NTU's strategic focus in full on the University Alliance blog page.

To read Addressing Economic Insecurity click here.

For further information about our programme of work exploring the lives of Ordinary Working Families head to our dedicated webpage.

About Nottingham Civic Exchange

Nottingham Civic Exchange has been established by Nottingham Trent University to maximise research, policy and practical impact by bringing together university expertise with partners seeking to address the needs of local communities. Nottingham Civic Exchange acts as a resource to look at social and economic issues in new ways. This means facilitating debate, acting as a bridge between research and policy debates, and developing practical projects on a citizen, city and regional level.

Visit our website - www.ntu.ac.uk/nce Contact us - notts.civicex@ntu.ac.uk Follow us - @NottsCivicEx

University Alliance reflects on how universities can be true to their civic mission.

Published on 1 February 2018
  • Category: Nottingham Civic Exchange

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