The BCS President is working closely with BCS to establish our four themes and campaign goals for 2021-2025.
John Higgins CBE FBCS
President, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
John was director general of TechUK's predecessor Intellect and then DigitalEurope. He chairs the Global Digital Foundation, a think tank, and is a senior advisor to Burson, Cohn & Wolfe and the EU’s Intelligent Cities Challenge. He was appointed CBE in 2005 for services to the IT industry.
18:30 - Room opens
18:35 - Introduction to Chair and Panellists
18.45 - Presentation on the four themes and campaign goals
19:00 - Panel discussion and audience Q&A
19:25 - Summary
19:30 - Close
The BCS President is working closely with the team at head office to streamline BCS activity under four themes and campaign goals agreed and signed off by the BCS Trustee Board and Council:
- Our digital lives should be in the hands of competent, ethical and accountable professionals.
- Greater diversity and inclusion in the IT profession benefits society
- The Digital Divide is a modern measure of inequality; it can be closed by access to skills as well as technology
- The world will achieve Net Zero more rapidly with support of digital and data technologies
This webinar series is an opportunity to hear from the BCS President about the four themes, how they will be taken forward across the BCS and ask questions.
Expert panels with be convened to provide context and identify how the key themes can intersect with the wider contexts across the UK and internationally.
Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.
For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.
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