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Last Chance To Reserve Your Place at Inequality Today 2016

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.


 Because more equal societies work better for everyone



In this tumultuous year for politics, the case for more equal societies has never been more sorely needed. If you haven't yet booked in for our conference featuring Ed Miliband and Molly Scott Cato on 3rd December, please do so in the next week. Come along to hear about Prospects for Progress in the Age of Brexit (and now Trump as well!) from two leading progressive voices and to debate what needs to be done.

You can book in here and the expected agenda for the afternoon is below with a link to details about the venue and a map. 

We would love to hear from you and are looking for people, on the day, to share their experiences and thoughts about inequality on video. If you would be interested in taking part, please email Jo Wittams who will be able to send you some more details.
Our collective voice and action is needed now more than ever and we look forward to seeing you on 3rd December. 

Thank you for your continuing support.

Best wishes

Dr Wanda Wyporska
Executive Director 
The Equality Trust

1.00 - 2.00pm - Registration
2.00 - 2.10pm - Introduction from Sean Baine (Chair of The Equality Trust)
2.10 - 3.10pm - Ed Miliband presentation + Q&A
3.10 - 3.45pm - Break 
3.45 - 4.45pm - Molly Scott Cato presentation + Q&A
4.45 - 5.00pm - Break  
5.00 - 5.20pm - Q&A with Ed Miliband, Molly Scott Cato, Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett
5.20 - 5.30pm - Closing by Dr. Wanda Wyporska (Executive Director of The Equality Trust)
Please note, this is an afternoon event and we are providing refreshments but not lunch. Details about the venue and a map to the Franklin-Wilkins Building, Stamford Street (Waterloo Campus) can be found here and we strongly recommend you check the Transport for London website before you travel. Thank you.



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