What if there was a place where entrepreneurs, designers, scientists and activists could work together to make their city a more equal and happier place to live? Find your voice, stand up and be counted with Director and Co-Founder of Impact Hub Birmingham, Immy Kaur.
From building large-scale citizen housing developments to improving the lives of working families, Immy Kaur’s Impact Hub is a workshop and community centre that is bringing together people and ideas to improve lives across Birmingham.
In this conversation, we invite you to hear her story about the power of civic spirit and creative resistance that is changing lives by redesigning the support system and by giving citizens a voice.
Join us for a conversation to find out how we can start and grow a positive movement to solve our biggest challenges.
Your ticket includes entry to the talk and a complimentary drink.
Director and Co-Founder, Impact Hub Birmingham
Immy Kaur is passionate about building fairer, more equal and just cities through people, place and open movements. Immy’s work focuses on building teams who understand, embrace and experiment with the powerful role of producing, convening, building civic movements and infrastructure, complemented by the application of design and complex systems science to solve our cities wicked challenges.
Immy is also passionate about new models of organising, bringing diverse, passionate and talented people together, creating unlikely collaborations and local change based on global innovations, networks and knowledge.