Tackling Multiple Disadvantage – National Summit
Combining lived experience, research, policy and practice.
We are pleased to announce our upcoming conference on Tackling Multiple Disadvantage in partnership with MEAM. This will help us celebrate the end of a fantastic year for our Research Network, which has brought together over 250 researchers from each of the private, public and non-profit sectors to discuss how best to tackle multiple disadvantage.
The conference (8th & 9th May in Milton Keynes) will bring researchers, policy makers, people with lived experience, service providers and commissioners. This will provide a fantastic opportunity to bring all of our many skills and experiences together, helping us work as a collective to tackle multiple disadvantage.
There will be over 30 workshops and keynote speakers over the two days that will cover these topics:
- Drawing expertise from lived experience
- Achieving systems change
- Understanding and responding to diversity
- Fostering partnership and collaborations to achieve change
All tickets are subsidised due to the support of our funders and cost just £75 for a day place or £200 for the two days including meals and accommodation.
We want to ensure a good mix of expertise and so we will be allocating set amounts of tickets to different sectors. Please choose the sector closest to your interest. Tickets are now available online.
DoubleTree by Hilton
Stadium Way West
The hotel is located in the centre of Milton Keynes, within very easy access of the A5 and M1. Milton Keynes train station is also a short taxi ride away, with direct links to UK wide towns and cities.
This event has been jointly organised by Big Lottery Fund, CalousteGulbenkian Foundation (UK Branch), Lankelly Chase, the Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) charities (Clinks, Homeless Link, Mind and Collective Voice) and Revolving Doors Agency.