Reigniting Debate on Rural Poverty: Evidence, Practice & Policy Implications

Location Reichel Hall, Bangor University, Bangor, LL57 2TW
Tickets Book here
Start Date 13 July 2018
Start time 10:00 am

Leading researchers and practitioners discuss new research on rural poverty in Wales, and reflect on implications for research, policy and practice.

The event continues and furthers debate on tackling rural poverty in Wales, following on from a series of WCPP reports covering rural transport, access to services, rural housing, fuel poverty and the rural economy. There will be practitioner presentations on these issues, followed by a panel discussion which will draw out the implications for research and policy. Everyone attending will have the opportunity to ask questions throughout.

The event is free to attend and open to the public, but we ask that you confirm your place by registering. Please indicate upon registering if you require translation into Welsh.

A buffet lunch will be provided (please note if you have any dietary requirements). Limited free parking is available on site.

If you would like to attend but face transport difficulties, please contact sarah.quarmby@wcpp.org.uk.