Tuesday 19th November 6.30pm at City University, Northampton Square, EC1V 0HB
The AGM of Islington People’s Rights (IPR) is always an interesting and informative event, and is taking place on Tuesday 19th November at 6.30pm. This year it is taking place at City University. The IPR AGM is in many ways more of a public meeting, and this year marks our 50th Anniversary, so we are hoping for a particularly good attendance.
This year, speakers confirmed to date are: Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, Louisa McGeehan, Director of Policy, Rights and Advocacy, Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and John Muldoon, former chair of Islington People’s Rights, who was involved with the organisation for several decades. Other speakers also invited, confirmations awaited. After the speakers and formal parts of the meeting there will be refreshments and a chance to mingle with trustees, staff, partners and clients. Registration essential and tell us if you have any special dietary requirements.
This event forms part of the IPR@50 initiative that marks the 50th Anniversary of Islington People’s Rights. It is taking place during an unprecedented period of welfare reforms, notably related to the roll out of Universal Credit. Islington People’s Rights is striving to ensure that vulnerable residents are able to access the specialist welfare benefits and debt advice that they need.
Free event, all welcome, but please register by the 14th November 2019 through https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/islington-peoples-rights-2019-agm-tickets-73427574853