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Conference 2012: Day One Speakers Announced

Written by The Reader, 28th February 2012

The Reader Organisation's third national conference is being held on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th May 2012 at the British Library Conference Centre, Euston Road, London.

DAY ONE: Reading to Live Well

Thursday 17th May, 9am – 5pm
£199 day delegate rate

Our keynote speakers have been confirmed:

New to our work? Then this, the first day of our conference is for you: an information day aimed at commissioners, funders, potential partners and individuals who want to learn more about The Reader Organisation’s pioneering work improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities by reading aloud together. Impacts of our ‘Get Into Reading’ project include: increased personal confidence and reduced social isolation; improved mental well-being; enhanced emotional and psychological well-being, and a love of literature.

Tickets go on sale on Monday 12th March. Details will be available on our website. To register your interest now please email us with the words ‘Conference 2012′ in the subject box: info@thereader.org.uk

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More details about the speakers and programme for Day Two (Friday 18th May), 'Living to Read Well', which is for TRO trained facilitators only, will be announced here and on our website very soon. Tickets will also be available to buy from 12th March, and will cost £99. 

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