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It’s time to talk: voluntary action, the state and welfare provision

12 October 2020 - 16:00 pm - 17:30 pm

Online event on Zoom

Join us for an online discussion looking at how the changing role and contribution of voluntary action in social welfare can inform our response to and recovery from Covid-19.

We will draw implications from the ESRC-funded 'Discourses of Voluntary Action' study which expores differing public, voluntary sector and state perspectives on welfare provision past and future.

With reflections from our project partners, Kathy Evans Children England, Steph Harland Age UK, Kayleigh Wainwright UK Youth, Karl Wilding NCVO.

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Organiser:
Dr Georgina Brewis, UCL
Speakers:

Kathy Evans, Children England

Steph Harland, Age UK

Kayleigh Wainwright, UK Youth

Karl Wiling, NCVO

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16:00 pm - 17:30 pm

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Online event on Zoom
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Open to all
Contact Email:
historyandpolicy@kcl.ac.uk
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