Working Together to End Homelessness and Rough Sleeping
Thursday 8th December 2011, Central London, 09:00 - 16:00
This essential forum will bring together leading policy makers with senior practitioners to discuss the latest strategies for tackling homelessness in England. Sessions will consider the outcomes from the Ministerial Working Group and how government, local authorities and the voluntary sector can work in partnership to prevent rough sleeping. Furthermore, participants will consider initiatives to support those at risk of homelessness and will discuss strategies to prevent repossessions and evictions.
Delegates will be drawn from local authorities, housing associations, social services, voluntary sector, think tanks, businesses and employers, regional development agencies, local strategic partnerships, academia and the legal & voluntary sector including: directors of housing, directors of social services, heads of policy, head of family services, head of housing needs, supporting people teams, housing and community directors, prevention and option managers, housing strategy officers, housing supply officers, housing providers, mental health advisors and all those with an interest in the homelessness agenda.
For more information, see the Inside Government webiste.