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Shelter – London Day of Learning
Shelter London is hosting a series of online events to mark London Challenge Poverty Week and World Homeless Day.
Monday 12 October 11.30am – 4.15pm
Tackling Inequality in London with Local Authorities
hosted by Just Fair and The Equalities Trust.
Monday 12 October 6 – 7.15pm
The London recovery and what we need for Young Women on low incomes
hosted by 4in10 and the Young Women’s Trust.
Tuesday 13 October 10 – 11.30am
Poverty and Children’s Health Inequalities discussion
hosted by 4in10 with a group of London Clinicians and Health Professionals.
Tuesday 13 October 1 – 2.30pm
The launch of the Inclusive Employers Toolkit
hosted by GLA the event will showcase a step by step guide to support employers take action on workforce diversity and inclusion and the findings of new research undertaken by the Runnymede Trust.
Tuesday 13 October 1 – 2.30pm
Race, Poverty and School Exclusions in London
4in10 and Just for Kids Law host a discussion to share concerns about, and solutions for, the disproportionate school exclusions some groups of London children.
Thursday 15 October 10 – 11.30am
An Introduction to Economic and Social Rights workshop
delivered by HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network and Just Fair will provide an introductory overview of the international human rights treaty, and the rights and obligations it contains. There will be an opportunity to work through a case study and to participate in a question and answer session.
Thursday 15 October 12 – 1pm
If you would like to attend please email: Christine@hearequality.org.uk
Please provide your name, email address, organisation or group (if any) and a little detail about your role or why you want to know more about economic and social rights.
Tackling child poverty guide
Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and Greater London Authority (GLA) launch of a new joint publication, ‘Tackling Child Poverty: a guide for schools’, which provides practical lessons for schools to help tackle child poverty.
Thursday 15 October 3.30 – 5pm
Poems to Challenge Poverty
An online event led by people who know from personal experience what poverty is like, with a selection of moving poems on the everyday experiences of living in poverty in the UK today. Also coordinated by APLE (Addressing Poverty with Lived Experience) Collective and All Together in Dignity/ATD Fourth World, On Road Media and 4in10: London’s Child Poverty Network.
Thursday 15 October 4 – 6pm
Just Food? How faith groups feed the hungry and create a just society
Hosted by Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming, and Caritas Westminster. Join us for an inter-faith panel discussion to consider how faith groups can move beyond feeding the hungry to creating a just society.
Thursday 15 October 6 – 7.30pm
Pandemic Stories: Challenging Poverty in London
Hear early research findings from Toynbee Hall and join us for a discussion to shape our policy recommendations.
Friday 16 October 10 – 11.30am
The Right to Food in London: How do we ensure that all Londoners have their right to food protected?
organised by the Right to Food project at Sustain: the Alliance for Better Food and Farming and HEAR the pan-equality London network.
Friday 16 October 10 – 11am
Broadcast Media Training for social housing tenant and leaseholder reps
Hosted by London Tenants Federation
Training is prioritised for social housing tenant and leaseholder representatives and the spaces are very limited. Tenants and leaseholders who are not part of a Tenants and Residents Association, Tenant Management Organisation or other organisation will be considered if there is space available.
Saturday 17 October 1 – 4.30pm