Join us at the ‘Bad Housing Makes Us Sick’ event on March 30th in London.
This day of discussion with doctors, homeless campaigners and others will focus on how our housing problems are linked to growing mental and physical ill health.
Raquel Rolnik, former UN Housing Rapporteur, who exposed the Bedroom Tax during her 2014 UK visit, will open the event.
She joins Guardian columnist Dawn Foster, campaigning doctors, Generation Rent, Fran Heathcote of PCS union, Deborah Garvie from Shelter, Justice for Grenfell and Ellen Clifford of Disabled People Against Cuts.
Please find the days programme here: Bad Housing Makes Us Sick programme
Time and Place of the event:
10 AM – 4PM at Unite The Union, Moreland Street, London EC1V 8BB
Workshops planned for the day include:
- Universal Credit and Benefits Cuts, What They Are and How to Fight Them
- Housing Safety After Grenfell
- Housing Insecurity and Mental Health
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We look forward to seeing you there,