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Going Cap in Hand - Charities in the Age of Austerity

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Cavendish Conference Centre

22 Duchess Mews

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W1G 9DT

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From austerity driven realities to a new vision for public service provision and the voluntary sector in the UK

Keynote speakers include:

Helena Kennedy QC (Civil Liberties and Human Rights Campaigner)

Zoe Williams (Guardian Columnist and Author)

Lord Victor Adebowale (Chief Executive, Turning Point)

John Nickson (Philanthropy Campaigner, Author of Our Common Good)

Panel participants include:

David Babbs (38 Degrees)

David Bell (Psychoanalyst)

Dan Corry (New Philanthropy Trust)

Ora Dresner (Psychoanalyst, CPU)

Colin Leys (Author and Campaigner, The Centre for Health and the Public Interest)

Julian Lousada (Psychoanalyst)

Clare Thomas MBE (London Funders)

Karl Wilding (NCVO)

We will bring together charities, commentators, activists and psychoanalysts to look at the impact of cuts to statutory services on the voluntary sector.

Are charities colluding with austerity politics and propping up a failing system?

How can we continue to provide vital services in an increasingly difficult fundraising climate?

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Cavendish Conference Centre

22 Duchess Mews

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W1G 9DT

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