Preparations are under way for a spring assembly at which Nottingham Citizens will seek pledges of support from politicians and other decision-makers for a series of measures to ensure fairness and justice for some of the city's most vulnerable people.
The Nottingham Citizens annual accountability assembly will take place at the Albert Hall on Thursday 10 May from 6pm.
Around 800 people drawn from Nottingham Citizens' 37 constituent institutions are expected to gather as proposals for tackling issues such as hate crime, homelessness and modern slavery and improving mental health and social care provision are presented to officials from public authorities in the city and county with a view to seeking their commitment to support the Citizens alliance to transform the ideas into life-changing action.
The event will also reflect on achievements in the areas of work previously identified as priorities and celebrate the valuable contributions to the work by politicians and other decision-makers.
Admission to the accountability assembly on Thursday 10 May is by ticket only. If your organisation is a member of Nottingham Citizens, you can obtain a ticket from your institution's lead. If your organisation is not a member of Nottingham Citizens, please register for the event online.