This event will provide the general public, special interest groups, third sector with a chance to explore how the social sciences contribute to our understanding and exploration of health and welfare and how they influence the development of policies and promote and support health and wellness initiatives within society. It will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore a range of interactive stands and exhibits hosted by real life Social Science Researchers from Bangor, Cardiff and Swansea Universities, covering a broad range of subjects such as; neurodiversity, mental health, attitudinal change, modern slavery, climate crisis, gender and identity, social inequalities, artificial intelligence, dementia and environmental conservation.
There will also be musical performances throughout the day, from Bangor University Chamber Choir and Wenting Cai performing the Guzheng.
General public, academics, research councils
Policy, business, research councils and third sector, general public and academics