Tackling Poverty in Wales: responding to the challenge (Conwy)

Tackling Poverty in Wales: responding to the challenge (Conwy)
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Poverty is multidimensional, complex, growing and impacting more people in Wales.

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Even before the current cost of living crisis, almost one in four people in Wales live in poverty meaning they get less than 60% of the average wage. That is about 700,000 of our fellow citizens. That level of relative poverty has remained unchanged for decades.

Poverty can mean having no money in your pocket, your children going to school hungry, or to bed without enough food. It can mean not being able to afford a winter coat or heat your home, and often living for years without work or hope, cut off from opportunities and change.

The causes of poverty can also be structural, derived and enhanced by the way society and the economy is framed and works which helps create a cycle that make it more difficult for some people to provide for their families and keeps them trapped in hardship. These structures drive disparities in access to transportation, education, childcare, health care, high-quality jobs, and affordable housing.

Some of these consequences – for instance social isolation, exclusion, powerlessness, physical and emotional wellbeing – can extend and perpetuate poverty, making it difficult, if not impossible, for people to escape its impact. And often the way policies and services both within the public and private sector are set and delivered can make the situation far more challenging.

This shared learning event will bring people together from across public services to share ideas, learning and knowledge on how organisations can respond to the challenges caused by poverty. 

We will share examples of approaches being taken by organisations within Wales and across the UK.

Where and when

9.30am - 4pm
Thursday 20 October 2022 
Conwy Business Centre, Llandudno Junction LL319XX

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To register, please complete our online booking form. We provide a delegate privacy notice [opens in new window], telling you how we deal with your personal data as part of the registration process.

Joining instructions are circulated 1-2 weeks before the event. Please ensure you provide your email address when booking a place to ensure that we can send information to you.

For further information on the event, please email good.practice@audit.wales

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20 October 2022
09:30
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