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Breakfast Briefing: The JRF Poverty Monitor

February 12th 2018

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation invites you to the launch of its Poverty Monitor for Wales.

7th March, 2018

08.00 – 09.15

The Media Briefing Room, The Senedd, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff

The launch will set out the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s newly developed strategies and tools to measure and monitor poverty. This is an opportunity for politicians and leaders of public bodies, business and communities to find out how they can better understand the latest poverty trends in Wales, enabling them to work together to come up with targeted solutions.

This event has kindly been sponsored by John Griffiths AM.

Attendance is free but places are limited and prior booking is essential.

The Bevan Foundation is working in collaboration with JRF and is organising this event on its behalf. 

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