When: 24 January 2019, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Where: English National Opera (London Coliseum), St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
Effective safeguarding and appropriate conduct are central tenets of good governance. Given recent high profile failures in this regard, and in the context of the global #MeToo movement, it is timely for Arts Boards to reflect on how they discharge their duties.
The third event in a series hosted by the Good Governance Institute focusing on governance in the arts, the event will provide an opportunity for trustees of arts organisations to examine and debate the key issues, and to explore the impact for boards, organisations and the wider sector. Once again we hope to produce a publication from these discussions to encourage wider debate.
The discussion will be chaired by Imelda Redmond, National Director of Healthwatch England and contributions will be made by:
Stuart Murphy, Chief Executive, English National Opera
Emma Brünjes, Founder and Director, EBP
Christopher Hampson, Artistic Director & Chief Executive, Scottish Ballet
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is open to everyone with an interest in safeguarding processes and especially the members of Arts, Cultural and Heritage organisations including trustees, non-executives.
Please contact us should you have any queries about this event.