Monday 11 July 2016, 13:15-17:00
Main Hall, Woburn House Conference Centre, London, WC1H 9HQ
Innovative campaigns, shared practices and new collaborations
In today’s climate of financial austerity and the growing rate of personal debt, faith-based organisations are increasingly stepping in to tackle poverty, offer financial support and develop ethical approaches and innovative alternatives to financial services.
The Faith and Finance Fair, hosted by the University of Bristol, Public Spirit and FaithAction will bring together faith-based and community organisations, researchers and others to share information that can help boost social action and shape local delivery.
- Hear from the University of Bristol about their new report on Faith and Finance
- Discuss the latest findings and benchmark your own experiences
- Network with other organisations to share innovations and develop new partnerships
Policy suggestions will be collected during the Fair and presented to All-Party Parliamentary Group on Faith and Society in Westminster later in July. Don’t miss your chance to make your opinions count!
To book your free place, please
Light lunch will be be provided for those who have booked!
We look forward to seeing you at the Fair!