Homelessness Impact Forums, an initiative of the Centre for Homelessness Impact, is a platform for advancing evidence-led solutions to the homelessness field’s most pressing challenges, inviting delegates to openly share, collaborate and innovate by exploring the theme 'Ending Homelessness For Good'.
Sarah Miller, Editor and Co-chair of the Campbell Education Coordinating Group, and Director of Campbell UK & Ireland will speak at the next gathering, under the session entitled "The prevention imperative: taking a birds-eye view". A panel including Rachel McSweeney from the Centre for Homelessness Impact and Gerry Skelton MBE, from Belfast Metropolitan College, will discuss the evidence needed to influence individual and systemic causes of homelessness.
The event will take place in Belfast on Thursday, 13 June.
For more information, including the programme, and to register, click here.