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No Recourse To Public Funds : Q&A Forum Discussion

No Recourse To Public Funds : Q&A Forum Discussion

No Recourse To Public Funds : Q&A Forum Discussion

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

   

Event time: 14:00 - 16:00pm, Wednesday 1st July 2020

  

Location: Online Forum Event, C-19 Frontline Worker Forum

  

Click here to join the event and start a conversation.

 

Event Details

The Pan-London Migrant Frontline Network is holding a Q&A Forum Event, where you can ask Bethan Lant (Coordinator of the Pan-London Frontline Network) any questions you may have about accessing support for Migrants with No Recourse to Public Funds.

As authorities consider transitional arrangements for those currently in temporary hotel accommodation the issue of migrants with no recourse to public funds is once again an issue.

You can also attend this event and share your expertise on supporting NRPF Migrants at present, by uploading key guidance and solutions within the Forum's NRPF thread.

Anyone who is a frontline worker supporting people experiencing homelessness can attend this event - please join this conversation!

Please note, we are asking people to register as it supports us to identify focal areas of future events and resources at the Frontline Network. You can still take part in the C-19 Forum conversation if you aren't able to register to this event.

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