From Felicity Guite <[email protected]>
Subject Second Class Citizens: Disability, poverty and welfare
Date October 27, 2020 4:55 PM
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Dear John

Our next virtual event will be on Tuesday 3rd November exploring disability,
poverty and welfare.



Join our 60-minute virtual gathering on Zoom and Facebook Live at 2pm on Tuesday
3rd November

Join us on Zoom [[link removed]] or watch on Facebook Live [[link removed]]

There will be contributions from:

Stef is an independent researcher in disability and social policy. She is the
author of Second Class Citizens: The treatment of disabled people in austerity Britain​

Catherine is lead researcher and project manager on the Chronic Illness
Inclusion Project (CIIP) at Citizen Network. She has worked as a researcher with
Mind, Action for ME, the Spartacus Network and Inclusion London

Marcus is the Outreach Team Leader for Mencap Liverpool & Sefton. He works
primarily with their new members, who tend come to the organisation in some form
of crisis, and/or socially isolated

Soph has been a member of Mencap Liverpool and Sefton since 2016. She now
supports the organisation and its members by checking their Easy Read documents
and taking a leading role in their Learning Disability training.

Stephen is the Labour Member of Parliament for East Ham and the chair of the
Work and Pension Select Committee

We'll be in touch again soon about future events. In the meantime, stay safe and
stay connected.

Best wishes

Felicity Guite
Church Action on Poverty

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