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Thames Valley Citizens assembly - Shared screen with speaker view
Matthew Barber
36:33
Apologies I keep losing my connection.
Jess Maddocks
54:39
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Jess Maddocks
56:37
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Keith Hebden | He/Him
59:36
EVERYONE:Zoom has been glitching on not letting people in this evening. If you were expecting someone and you can't see them here please re-send them the link or pass on their name/email address to your organiser. thanks
SIEVEMK Gateway
01:01:45
Have you more information around what white ribbon is and how we can make a difference. B Bassral b.bassral@gmail.com 07765 382 385
Catherine Butt
01:02:17
https://www.whiteribbon.org.uk
Jess Maddocks
01:02:21
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Suresh Nesaratnam
01:02:27
Tom, four per room
Satheesh Krishnamurthy
01:03:08
we need to work in partnership with mobile networking group
Irim Sarwar
01:03:31
The only way it worked for me - and that includes putting in the meeting number - was to remove the ?from=addon suffix. Is this set up as a recurring meeting?
Jess Maddocks
01:04:41
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Jess Maddocks
01:06:29
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Asif Mujawar
01:18:16
Cant see the video playing
Scott (MKC Child Poverty, CANOSN)
01:18:33
is there audio?
Venkat - SHITAL
01:18:43
Nope
Rukhsana
01:18:45
It kind of froze for me
Suresh Nesaratnam
01:18:48
We're trying to fix it
Linda Kirk
01:18:49
No video or audio
Rukhsana
01:18:49
No
Venkat - SHITAL
01:18:51
now it is back
Michael Sheppard
01:18:55
lost audio
Jess Maddocks
01:18:58
bear with us - internet issues
Suresh Nesaratnam
01:20:12
A very mature person - credit to the School!
Scott (MKC Child Poverty, CANOSN)
01:20:33
hear hear!
Suresh Nesaratnam
01:21:09
Two brilliant children !
Rukhsana
01:21:36
Amazing
Kate Mathews
01:21:36
Thank you. I'm very proud of them
Hasnain Datoo
01:21:51
kudos to the parents and guardians
Tim Norwood
01:22:02
Best bit so far!! Glad we got the videos working!
SIEVEMK Gateway
01:22:19
Inspiration and hope - thank you
Linda Kirk
01:22:20
Brilliant!
Debbie Wilson Quakers
01:22:41
You are an inspiration.
CHUKWUEMEKA O.
01:22:47
so educative and informative.
Benjamin H. Johnson III
01:22:58
From the mouths of babes!
Scott (MKC Child Poverty, CANOSN)
01:23:29
absolutely fantastic insights. excellent
Ibrahim
01:23:29
Very beautiful
Ophelia
01:23:35
absolutely brilliant and confident
Maryann Brooks
01:23:42
Well Done Children - Thank you x
Seelan Moodley
01:24:06
They are the future and we need to support them to make the planet better
Scott (MKC Child Poverty, CANOSN)
01:24:36
a welcome opportunity for us grownups to remind ourselves what really should matter from the incorruptibly free spirits of children
Kate Mathews
01:24:37
Thank you - I'll pass on your kind words in our Celebration Assembly on Friday
Abu Kamran
01:24:41
Brilliant way learning how and what children think of the environment EXcellent Job :-)
Darron.Kendrick
01:25:12
Wonderful ! Southwood must be proud. I was when I was learning there back in the day too ! :)
Kate Mathews
01:25:51
:)
Carrie's iPhone
01:26:35
Well done Kate and team ❤️
Ibrahim
01:26:53
Fantastic Work!!!
Ibrahim
01:27:08
We have to think about the Future
Jess Maddocks
01:27:59
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Venkat - SHITAL
01:28:09
Superb work with the children and making them an inspiration
Jess Maddocks
01:28:30
I think he may have dropped out
Satheesh Krishnamurthy
01:30:24
allow me to introduce as Professor Satheesh Krishnamurthy, Chair of Energy Technology at The Open University, We are talking about very important topic and I feel as a community, recycling and reuse of almost all the commodities will address these major challenge. As a energy professor happy to contribute on projects if you need support. We have several government and industry funded research projects addressing the low carbon environment.
Kirsty Forshaw
01:31:42
Thanks Satheesh. We'll definitely be in touch :)
Satheesh Krishnamurthy
01:32:16
you may reach me at satheesh.krishnamurthy@open.ac.uk
SIEVEMK Gateway
01:33:23
Parents are under pressure from employers but are under more pesssure when dropping off kids at school- we need family friendly policies….maybe this should be theme in future
Rob
01:33:41
Thank you so much for the invite and best wishes to you all!
Michaela Clark I MK Community Foundation
01:34:36
As a grant funder MK Community Foundation would be happy to meet with local community groups to discuss any potential projects they may have in mind - Michaela.clark@mkcommunityfoundation.co.uk
Jess Maddocks
01:34:39
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Satheesh Krishnamurthy
01:35:48
so many people does not stop their car engine for more than 15 mins while picking up their children, this might be very small thing for them, if we calculate the number of Co2 they generate an year is more than 10 sizes of football
Gwyneth Morgan
01:36:47
That is very true, also taxis waiting to pick up people outside houses at night, and people waiting for the petrol pump at the filling station, I've noticed.
Laetisia Carter
01:36:48
Please follow me on social media and find out more about your candidate for Police crime Commissioner! Twitter @Laetisia Carter , Facebook “Laetisia Carter for Thames Valley Police PCC” and website “www.laetisiacarter.co.uk”
Kim
01:36:53
I wonder why children aren`t walked to school these days .
Jess Maddocks
01:37:09
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Gwyneth Morgan
01:37:38
I've wondered that. I think it's because more families have both parents working and they are under pressure from employers.
Satheesh Krishnamurthy
01:38:50
its the education to the children is very important and should be in the curriculum or even we can involve them in small projects and if the children say then parents might listen !! :) my two pence
Linda Kirk
01:39:10
I agree Kim. Parents could try exploring other ways. My son takes 2 children to school in London - one by bike and the other by walking.
Jess Maddocks
01:40:18
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SIEVEMK Gateway
01:44:44
Have we a current MK carbon source count?
Jess Maddocks
01:45:43
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Satheesh Krishnamurthy
01:47:11
I think as MK we can make a difference, as it is a growing city, earlier we strategise well and if we have enough outreach and we may achieve something
+Olivia, Bishop of Reading
01:47:47
Electric vehicles are extremely speedy and have very impressive acceleration. Range is already good and improving all the time. Adoption of EVs by the TVP would be a great step forward.
Keith Hebden | He/Him
01:48:53
Thanks Bishop Olivia.
Abdulkadir
01:49:19
Hi Mr.Salim I am supporting the campaign
Asif Mujawar
01:49:55
We should allow the death registration on time and respect the faith as per islamic religion we should burry our dead loved ones as early as possible! Please open the registration out of hours
Rob Paton
01:50:41
I understand hydrogen vehicles perform even better! Hamburg police have been trialling one...
Matheen Labeeb
01:51:42
Please address death burial service issue and provide service on all days
Rukhsana
01:51:57
Agreed Asif, its a very necessary and needs addressing urgently.
Afreen P
01:52:05
Support this cause for enabling inclusive diversity across MK.
Abdel
01:52:38
Thank you for bringing this subject . One day this will be our turn to pass away so please consider to open the weekend for the death registration . we are only asking for 2 hours Sat and Sunday/ Bank Holidays. Many thanks
Hatsune Miku
01:53:52
thank you very much to bring this up
Kim
01:53:53
The production of the MCCD is now controlled by the Med examiner producing the certificate for registration of death ...this some time involves the coroner and the need for post mortem .. so though no one wants a delay there are procedures to follow.
Irim Sarwar
01:54:55
Absolutely. Having grown up Muslim and having taught at a Modern Orthodox Jewish school, I'm passionate about streamlining death registration so that when it is central to one's faith that loved ones are buried within 24 hours (or as close to that as possible) that has to be expedited. People are in deep grief, they don't need the added pain of having to go against their faith or needing to bury their loved one further away to fulfil religious obligations and then be unable to visit regularly.
Dawar Abbas
01:55:05
Weekend burial facilities are long overdue and really it should not take a large campaign for the residents to have this facility
Imran
01:55:18
There's a clear difference between equality and equity. Equity recognizes that each person has different circumstances and allocates the exact resources and opportunities needed to reach an equal outcome. We only ask to for the opportunity to properly practice our religion
Irim Sarwar
01:56:01
Exactly, Imran.
Msallam
01:56:48
Spot on Imran
Jess Maddocks
01:57:04
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Umm Salahudin
01:57:23
This issue is something we need to be sorted urgently as milton-keynes is a diverse city. We need to all feel the equality
Linda Kirk
02:00:52
Why August? Why not June?
Linda McComie
02:01:55
Let's remember that Labour has been in power.
Jess Maddocks
02:02:47
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Hasnain Datoo
02:03:09
The council has definitely been helpful but there needs to be a slight step up to look into this request given the examples of pain. The data, once you have it will I am sure be helpful - Hasnain Datoo 07912-622428
Farhan Rais
02:03:51
Milton Keynes is often promoted as being modern and diverse with great facilities and amenities for its residents and visitors. Such a change would undoubtedly benefit all residents and be warmly welcomed and greatly appreciated by the many faith groups in our wonderfully diverse city.
Abu Kamran
02:05:05
How can evidence be provided if stats are not kept on religous beliefes at the time of registration???
Rukhsana
02:05:22
Babies don't announce their arrivals into this world and the deceased cannot announce their departure. We need to ensure we make provision for both. This pandemic should also highlight the importance of processing the deceased as soon as possible.
Nismah
02:05:59
Thank you everyone
Hala Afify
02:06:01
very eloquently put Rukhsana
Linda Kirk
02:09:24
My children didn't have to meet up with the police in order to trust them. I taught them that as a parent. I know things have changed, but I think it's the parents who have the greatest influence over their family.
Hamid El-Ghazili ( representing MKMA)
02:09:50
our campaign is to help the MK community regardless of their belief or creed and we are happy to work with policy holders to cater for all communities regardless of the out of hours charges that we feel are punitive to bury the loved ones in a timely manner without any delays or hinderance.
Joanna Baker
02:10:51
well done young people for a great presentation
Irim Sarwar
02:11:20
Linda, that's wonderful, but I think you need to accept that certain communities just...can't and for good reason.
Linda Kirk
02:11:40
Thanks Irim.
Maryann Brooks
02:11:47
All my children have had the police visit their primary schools in the past.And schools also asked parents working within the force to share their job roles.
Jess Maddocks
02:12:09
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Ophelia
02:12:14
I wholeheartedly support the police meeting with children to build trust, parents can do their bit however, children meeting with police officers would make huge difference
Darron.Kendrick
02:12:18
Great Presentation, MK Academy, Well done, Guys ! :)
SIEVEMK Gateway
02:12:55
Everything starts with trust in institutions…this means representation and deeper understanding..its not always about resources
Suresh Nesaratnam
02:13:52
Good work, MK Academy! God Bless .
Hamid El-Ghazili ( representing MKMA)
02:14:08
excellent Molly nicely presented
Adil Jaouhari
02:14:30
Well done Molly!
Hasnain Datoo
02:14:40
Molly, Can I please suggest you give more than one date in case the first one is not possible for any unforeseen reasons
Irim Sarwar
02:14:51
Brilliant job, Molly! Beautifully done.
Jess Maddocks
02:15:18
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Linda McComie
02:15:30
They can always reschedule the meeting if something happens to prevent it.
SIEVEMK Gateway
02:15:59
Back up might be a visual meeting
SIEVEMK Gateway
02:16:27
virtual
Ibrahim
02:17:21
I am a voluntary Local Youth Worker in MK who deal and work with Young people on the Ground. I am completely sympathetic to challenges faced by Young People and what Molly has mentioned and would love to be a part of this initiative
Salim Msallam
02:17:23
I would like to thank you all, Well presented Great workIncluding our supporters too. Really deep from my heart
Jess Maddocks
02:17:39
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Linda Kirk
02:17:41
Yes, a visible presence had a lot of impact previously, as people got to know the police and build a relationship when there wasn't a crime being perpetrated.
Hamid El-Ghazili ( representing MKMA)
02:18:05
we need more visible community policing
Ibrahim
02:18:07
I would really appreciate having relevant contacts to make this change for Young people
Tim Norwood
02:18:16
Well done Molly!
Michaela Clark I MK Community Foundation
02:18:58
Extremely interesting evening. Thank you everyone
Adil Jaouhari
02:19:15
The police, schools and parents can play a pivotal role in bridging the trust gap. Well done Molly
Deborah Gockelen Milton Keynes Academy
02:19:21
Well done Molly, Rue and Raphael!!!
Peter Landry
02:19:39
Is anything being done around young people who have been victims of continued racial profiling by police officers? That won’t stop with a higher police presence.
farid
02:19:53
I really looking forward to positive changes towards the burial plannings
Stephanie Laing
02:19:53
Excellent point Peter
Abu Kamran
02:19:56
All the presentations were well pesented espcially the young lady. Lets hope we can build a better cominuty together GOD WILLING. Have a blessed evening. Salam/Peace
Craig Broadbent
02:20:10
thanks everyone
sas amoah
02:20:12
Thank you, well done everyone
Woodley Lunch Bunch
02:20:24
Thank you for tonight.
Michael Sheppard
02:20:24
good meeting and hopefull respondes from power holders
Stuart Kean
02:20:28
Thanks everyone
Salim Msallam
02:20:29
Our deep condolences to The Leader of The Council from me and my family and friends
Woodley Lunch Bunch
02:20:33
Well done to the students x
Adil Jaouhari
02:20:34
THank you all
Insp James Ravenall [TVP]
02:20:35
Molly - look forward to hearing from you. Take care all.
Molly Cleaver
02:20:42
Thank you
SIEVEMK Gateway
02:20:51
Thank you…….nice to know we have a great assembly
Kate Mathews
02:21:03
Thank you all
Amer Abdullah
02:21:33
well done everyone
WAHIDA Mohamed
02:21:58
Thank you
Linda Kirk
02:22:49
Encouraged
Hala Afify
02:22:51
proud
Rukhsana
02:22:52
Bit dissapointed
Linda McComie
02:22:58
Hopeful
Kate Mathews
02:23:01
Confident
Tim Norwood
02:23:02
Progress...
Rob Paton
02:23:03
Pleased
Hamid El-Ghazili ( representing MKMA)
02:23:07
positive, we got there after the hard work
F. Mutwarasibo - CCC MK
02:23:09
Excited
Catherine Butt
02:23:10
encuraged
Darron.Kendrick
02:23:15
Inspired and Optimistic :)
Jane Whild
02:23:15
proud