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Ending homelessness for EU nationals living in the UK

Ending homelessness for EU nationals living in the UK

Ending homelessness for EU nationals living in the UK

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Event details

When: 26 November 2019

Time: 9.30am - 1pm

Where: Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A IPL

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About the event

Join us for the first event in a new series of policy seminars that will bring people together to develop the solutions needed to end homelessness in Britain. The first event will look at what needs to change to prevent and end homelessness for EU nationals living in the UK.

This event will launch new Crisis research looking at the different experiences of homelessness that migrants face across Britain and provide attendees with the opportunity to hear from an international panel discussing the issues in the UK and EU. You will also have the chance to share your learnings and expertise to identify what needs to change to make sure that no one in the UK is put at greater risk of becoming homeless because of their immigration status.

Agenda

09:30 am Registration

10:00 am Welcome

10:10 am Matt Downie Director of Policy and External Affairs, Crisis: Migrant homelessness scoping research–presentation of key findings 

10:30 am Panel discussion and Q&A: What needs to change to prevent and end homelessness for EU nationals living in the UK?

Panellists:

Pam Orchard
Chief Executive, The Connection at St Martin’s

Barbara Drozdowicz
Chief Executive, East European Resource Centre

Albert Sales
Advisor, Mayor of Barcelona

11:30 am Break

11:50 am
Group discussion, world café style

12:35 pm
Reflections and feedback from group discussions

12:55 pm Matt Downie Director of Policy and External Affairs, Crisis: Closing remarks

1:00 pm Close

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