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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.
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Birmingham Impact Forum 2022: Race and homelessness - Addressing disparities
In our efforts to end homelessness for good, how can we do things differently so that everyone is on equal footing? What can we learn from race- and culturally-specific solutions to tackle homelessness in the US and Canada? Amanda Misiko Andere, CEO, Funders Together (Chair), Joy Moses, Director of the Homeless Research Institute at the National Alliance to End Homelessness, Joyce Juma-Phiri, CEO of Fair Trade Scotland, Gabriel Imevbore, Lived Experience Expert and Trustee for YMCA Heart of England explore this topic at the 2022 Birmingham Impact Forum.
Birmingham Impact Forum 2022: A choir with no name
Watch a performance from the Choir with No Name, who have been successfully running choirs and building joyful communities with homeless and marginalised people since 2008.
Birmingham Impact Forum 2022: Prison discharge - Unlocking services for people leaving prison
In this session we will explore how we can ensure people leaving prison have both safe accommodation and immediate access to services, and what role this plays in reducing reoffending. Rosie Reynolds, Practice and Partnerships Lead at Centre for Homelessness Impact (Chair),Dalton Harrison, Trans and prisoner rights activist, poet with lived experience, Paula Harriott at Prison Reform Trust, Lorna Griffiths, Pre-Release Coordinator, The Nelson Trust, explore this topic at the 2022 Birmingham Impact Forum.
Birmingham Impact Forum 2022: Forward look making homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring
Hear directly from Eddie Hughes MP at the 2022 Birmingham Impact Forum on his plans for a future where rough sleeping is rare, brief and non-recurring, discussing the progress the UK Government is making on eradicating rough sleeping and what the next steps - and timetable - will be thereafter as well as reflections on the outcome of the Midlands Voluntary Right to Buy pilot. Followed by a Q&A with Ligia Teixeira, CEO of the Centre for Homelessness Impact.
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