We’ve already covered the social media profiles of the policiticians speaking at #PovertyAssembly, below is a run down of all the speakers/debaters. Where they don’t have a Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Facebook account we’ve linked to their website or blog…
Jim McCormick – Scotland Advisor, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Charlie Martin – Routes out of Prison project, the Wise Group
Danny McCafferty – Clydebank Independent Resource Centre
Owen Jones – Author of ‘Chavs’ the demonization of the working class’
Anna Coote – Head of Social Policy, The New Economics Foundation
Philip Blond – Director, Respublica, Author of ‘Red Toryism’
Judith Robertson – Head of Oxfam Scotland
Ghazala Hakeem – Poverty Truth Commission
Peter Kenway – Director, New Policy Institute
Panel on the New Economics Foundation’s report, “21 Hours.” By decreasing the standard working week, we could potentially expand employment, create a knowledge based economy, and create a stakeholder public-resource economy.
Chaired by the Rt Hon David Lammy, MP for Tottenham. 12 June 2010, IoE University of London, Compass Conference.
Anna Coote will be joining us for our Question Time syle debate ‘Inequality & Poverty: what are the alternatives?’ at the 3rd Scottish Assembly for Tackling Poverty 2012.