Meeting of Fairness Commissions

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Committee Room 17 **Room change**

House of Commons

London

SW1A 0AA

United Kingdom

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Meeting of Fairness Commissions: Tuesday 28th June, 11.00-12.00, Committee Room 17, House of Commons

**Please note, the meeting has been moved to Committee Room 17 and reduced to 1 hour due to demand for committee rooms**

This is a private meeting of Fairness Commissions (and partner organisations) following a presentation of Edge Hill University's research on 'Concepts of a Good Society: The Response of Civil Society to Food Poverty.'

This meeting will be an opportunity for Fairness Commissions to come together and have a candid discussion regarding best practice and to discuss what comes next. This forms part of the next phase of Edge Hill’s research into Concepts of a Good Society.

We hope you can attend both the presentation (10.00-11.00) and the Fairness Commissions meeting (11.00-12.00). Please sign up separately for both meetings.

As part of Edge Hill University's continuing research into concepts of a Good Society we invite Fairness Commission representatives to participate in this survey. Your responses will contribute to Edge Hill’s research into Concepts of a Good Society.



Hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty

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Committee Room 17 **Room change**

House of Commons

London

SW1A 0AA

United Kingdom

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Organiser All Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty

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The APPG on Poverty aims to increase understanding of UK poverty among parliamentarians and to seek all party solutions. It draws on a range of outside people, organisations and knowledge to inform its work. The APPG works closely with the Webb Memorial Trust which aims to create a better informed debate about UK poverty, its causes and solutions.

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