The centre acts as an actual and virtual hub, seeking to bring together practitioners, academics, leaders and other interested people to undertake discussion and implement action that will help in the development of flourishing cities.
CBBC provides both formal and informal learning opportunities.
We offer informal learning through seminars, mentoring and learning communities, workshops, and gatherings.
Through partnerships with universities and colleges, the centre will offer accredited units towards both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. It will have the capacity to offer supervisory support for Masters by Research and Doctoral students.
The centre also carries out commissioned and other research into particular areas of interest, including domestic and global concerns.
Results of conversations and research will be disseminated through:
CBBC’s in-house consultancy practice provides expert, in-depth and diverse knowledge to reach meaningful outcomes that will benefit your stakeholders.
We provide consultancy in:
We are also able to provide support for team-building, change management, and external and internal relationships.
The CBBC media arm contributes to publications, podcasts, videos, and social media to communicate the latest research and ideas on developing thriving cities and communities.
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People with like interests and skills coming together to learn and support each other