Papers and report from the Housing and Inequality Conference
London Quakers day conference at Friends House on 20th February was attended by over 150 from all over the UK. We heard Lord Bob Kerslake give a trenchant exposition of the deep flaws in the Housing Bill that is now going through Parliament. Afternoon workshops gave Friends opportunities to explore "What canst thou do?" - personally, with others, as part of an existing organisation. The problems of our deep crisis in housing are not insoluble, and our voices can be heard.
Start where you are
Use what you have
Do what you can
The papers from the conference are being uploaded on the new Facebook Group
Quakers and Housing Inequality
This already carries the opening remarks (Paul Parker), the overview slides (Bernadette O'Shea) and the text of the talk from Bob Kerslake.
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