We’re excited to share the details about the our upcoming Impact Forum, which will be held online on Zoom on Tuesday 15 November, 3.00-6.30pm and Wednesday 16 November, 8.00-11.30am GMT.
The theme of this online event is Riding out the storm: How can we prevent worsening homelessness in a cost of living emergency?
With inflation at a 30-year high and food, fuel and energy prices rising, many people are being put in a precarious situation. In this online event over two days, we will be bringing together global evidence of interventions to prevent and relieve homelessness, looking at what works to prevent worsening homelessness in a cost of living emergency.
Our Impact Forum brings together the most influential thought leaders, policy-makers and practitioners, entrepreneurs and people with experiences of homelessness to exchange ideas, share, learn and collaborate. It will provide a unique opportunity to discuss how evidence can be used to end homelessness and to build a movement of like-minded individuals and organisations committed to doing so. We want to give people a chance to hear from experts with lived experience of homelessness, charity leaders, frontline workers and policy makers to focus on how we can reflect, learn, and improve the impact of work to end homelessness for good.
Details of the full programme, sessions and speakers will be announced soon, in the meantime book your free tickets today to be the first to hear latest updates about the event.
We look forward to having you join us.
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