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  • Poverty Alliance Annual Conference

    Created: 30/09/2021

    When: 9:45am - 2:00pm, Friday 08 October 2021
    Where: This event is being organised by Poverty Alliance

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    The Poverty Alliance Annual Conference (Rights in Recovery: Protecting Rights & Tackling Poverty After COVID) takes place on 08 October from 9:45am - 2:00pm.

    See the registration link below:

    This conference will:

    • Highlight the the priorities for addressing poverty as we move through and recover from the pandemic
    • Emphasise the importance of protecting and strengthened human rights during the recovery from COVID-19
    • Provide opportunities to discuss how the next Child Poverty Delivery Plan can take a rights-based approach

    The discussions at the conference will be fed into the Scottish Government’s process for developing the next Child Poverty Delivery Plan.

    To register for workshops available at the conference, please see the Poverty Alliance's Conference webpage.


    Contact: Administrator, Poverty Alliance
    Phone: 0141 353 0440
    E-mail: [email protected]

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