Tuesday 15 November 2pm-5.30pm at Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
A free event for London’s BAMER community and voluntary sector organisations that provide advice or signpost clients for advice. Keynote Speakers include: Mulat Haregot, Director, Evelyn Oldfield Unit; Kunle Olulode, Director, Voice4Change England and Ruth Hayes, Vice-Chair of the Law Centres Network, looking at the key challenges faced by the BAMER Sector in terms of providing advice and support. John Muir, Voluntary & Community Sector and Equalities Development Manager, at Islington Council, will be outlining the new Advice Model for Islington. Workshops will examine the key issues and developments for the advice sector covering: welfare benefits, debt, employment and discrimination, housing, immigration and family law, and more. The Conference will be chaired by Andy Gregg, Chief Executive, Race on the Agenda (ROTA). This event is being organised by Islington People’s Rights, in conjunction with the Enhance Project (funded by City Bridge Trust) at Resource for London, with the support of Islington Advice Alliance.
Please register by 12 noon on the 11th November 2016 through https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bamer-advice-2016-conference-tickets-28759692013