On Thursday, 11 Mar 2019, the European Coworking Assembly will host an event on “Inclusion & Diversity & Accessibility in Coworking” in London , at Bathtub 2 Boardroom.
Inclusion & Diversity & Accessibility in Coworking
The 5th in a series of programming on inclusion, diversity and accessibility, will feature a talk by Tara Everett, founder of Canoe Coworking in Winnipeg, Canada.
Previewed in this blog post, Tara will share her perspective about coworking, cowboys and being a Canadian Indigenous businesswoman. Her talk will be followed by a Q&A panel focused on cultural appropriation in a coworking space context.
Independent coworking, taken as a body, has the largest and most powerful network in Europe, and we are a part of a growing and changing entrepreneurial ecosystem. The European Coworking Assembly wants to leverage this network for good.
To do that effectively they speak with one voice and make decisions as a body about their part in the future of work. The European Coworking Assembly is committed to this network of peers, improving Europe in an open, collaborative and horizontal way.
The European Coworking Assembly has a European identity in the broadest sense of the word based on the Five Values of Coworking:
TheEuropean Coworking Assemblyserves as the one point of contact between independent coworking in Europe and the entrepreneurial ecosystem in which it finds itself by using technology to organize and support projects, by forming partnerships and alliances, by introducing our members to each other for future alliances based on their goals and values, by supporting and arranging communication about Coworking in the media and other channels, and by exploring the best business form in which to achieve our common goals.
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