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Poverty and Education in Wales: Student, Family and Community Interventions

January 17th 2013

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, in conjunction with the Bevan Foundation, are holding a half day event exploring action to tackle poverty and education in Wales. 

The day will include guest speakers who are working at the forefront of helping young people living in poverty to make the most of their time in and after education. 

Speakers to include Professor David Egan. 

Book your place HERE.

Registration begins at 9:15am 

There will be a lunch following the end of the conference at 12:45pm.

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