2023 Events

February 2023: Mini Symposium – led by Helen Abnett, David Clifford and John Mohan

March 2023: First of the Witness Seminar sessions in London – led by Agnes Arnold-Forster and Martin Gorsky

16th – 18th March 2023: 2023 BHC Meeting | The Business History Conference (thebhc.org) – Speakers TBC

31st March – 2nd April 2023: Annual Conference – Economic History Society (ehs.org.uk) – Speakers Rosie Cresswell and Bernard Harris

12th – 15th April 2023: https://esshc.iisg.amsterdam/en – European Social Science History Conference (Gothenburg) – Speakers: Rosemary Cresswell, Agnes Arnold-Forster, Bernard Harris and Martin Gorsky

27th May – 2nd June 2023: Congress 2023 | FHSS (federationhss.ca) – Speakers TBC

14th – 16th June 2023: ESSC – European Social Services Conference (essc-eu.org) – Speakers TBC

22nd – 24th June 2023: 2023: ENERGIES – World History Association (thewha.org) – Speakers TBC

29th – 30th June 2023: ERNOP Conference 2023 | ernop.eu – Speakers TBC

5th – 7th July 2023: Conferences – Social Policy Association (social-policy.org.uk) – Speakers TBC

9th – 11th October 2023: Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Conference – www.istr.org – Speakers TBC

2022 Events

18th January 2022: https://www.tortoisemedia.com/thinkin/is-the-nhs-overrated/ – Speaker: Agnes Arnold-Forster

7th February 2022: https://www.history.ac.uk/events/first-aid-voluntarism-and-cold-war – Co-presented by Rosemary Cresswell (Border Crossings: University of Strathclyde) and Stefan Ramsden (University of Hull)

7th – 9th April 2022: 2022 BHC Meeting | The Business History Conference (thebhc.org)

12th – 20th May 2022: Congress 2022 | FHSS (federationhss.ca) – Speaker Helen Abnett

1st June 2022: Seminar Politicians, Social Work, Charity, and the launch of the NHS Tickets, Wed 1 Jun 2022 at 12:00 | Eventbrite – led by Rosemary Cresswell

8th – 10th June 2022: ESSC – European Social Services Conference (essc-eu.org) – Speaker: Martin Gorsky

15th -16th June 2022: Workshop Transforming Hospital Architecture | eahn Speaker: Agnes Arnold-Forster

23rd – 25th June: World History Association 2022 Conference | H-Announce | H-Net – Speaker Martin Gorsky

26th – 28th June 2022: Border Crossings Project Board Meeting in London

6th – 8th July 2022: Conferences – Social Policy Association (social-policy.org.uk)

12th – 15th July 2022: 15th International Conference (istr.org) – Speakers: Helen Abnett and John Mohan

29th June – 2nd July 2022: SSHM2022 50th Anniversary Conference: Resilience – Society for the Social History of Medicine

13th – 15th July 2022: Voluntary Action History Society 7th International Conference –“Voluntary Action in Changing Times: Creating History or Repeating It?” – The Social History Society – Speaker: Stephanie Haywood

25th – 29th July 2022: About Wehc 2022 · XIX World Economic History Congress – Speakers: Agnes Arnold-Forster and Martin Gorsky

15th – 16th September 2022: 2022 Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference – VSSN – Speaker: Stephanie Haydon

19th October 2022: Virtual Annual Advisory Board meeting

20th October 2022: Project Team Lead meeting in Glasgow

17th – 19th November 2022: 2022 ARNOVA Conference Theme – Speaker: John Mohan and Stephanie Haydon

2021 EVENTS

2nd – 3rd July 2021: Project team leads meeting in Scotland

7th – 9th July 2021: SPA-2021-Conference-Programme.pdf (social-policy.org.uk)

12th July 2021: Virtual Inaugural Meeting with the members of the Border Crossings Project Advisory Board

12th – 15th July 2021: ISTR 2021 Virtual Meeting

7th – 10th September 2021: Conferences – European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (eahmh.org)

25th – 26th October 2021: Border Crossings Project Board Meeting in Leeds, with attendees from the Project Advisory Board – Emma Easton (NHS Charities Together), Dr Debra Morris (University of Liverpool) and Stephen Davies (Former CEO Addenbrookes Hospital)

18th – 20th November 2021: ARNOVA’s 50th Anniversary: Annual Conference

2nd – 3rd December 2021 : ERNOP Conference 2021 | ernop.eu

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