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Our events bring together experts, practitioners and people with lived experience to share the best knowledge and creative thinking on homelessness to understand what works. We hold regular events to support our releases throughout the year as well as our flagship event, the biannual Impact Forum.
Upcoming events

Our next Impact Forum will be held on 23 June, 2022, taking place in-person and online in Birmingham. The programme will be announced shortly. Book your tickets on the link below.

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Catch up on past events
The role of private landlords in ending homelessness
Revisit our event organised in partnership with National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) and Capital Letters as we discuss the role private landlords can play in accelerating an end to homelessness.
Is modular housing an effective solution to reduce homelessness?
On April 26, we hosted a roundtable discussion with the Cambridge Centre for Housing and planning research. Event speakers included Dr Katy Karampour, Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research at the University of Cambridge, Guillermo Rodriguez-Guzman, Head of Evidence & Data at the Centre for Homelessness Impact, Andy Winter, Chief Executive of Brighton Housing Trust, Mark Allan, Chief Executive of Jimmy's Cambridge, Seyi Obakin, Chief Executive Officer of Centrepoint, Rory Lowings, Solohaus Project Manager and Cllr Lynda Thorne, Cabinet Member for Housing & Communities at Cardiff Council.
After emergency pandemic measures on homelessness, what's next?
At this event, held in partnership with the International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO), we discuss emergency pandemic measures on homelessness and how they differed internationally. We reflect on the lessons learned and explore what comes next.
Can social investment accelerate an end to homelessness?
A panel discussion with Big Society Capital featuring Danny Kruger MP, Dr Ligia Teixeira, Anna Shiel and Sarah Cooke. The event was chaired by Natascha Engel
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