Lunchtime launch: The impact of the pandemic on debt

ResourcesVideosWebinarEvent Date: Sep 15th, 2021  Time: 12:30  Location: Online

Join us to hear the findings of our deep dive analysis on the impact of the pandemic on debt, and to explore possible solutions.

What is it about 

The Bevan Foundation’s A snapshot of poverty in spring 2021 highlighted that personal debt was a major problem in Wales. Over the summer the Bevan Foundation has undertaken a deep dive analysis into the issue, exploring what impact the pandemic has had on debt, who has been affected and why. Join us for our free webinar to learn the findings of our research and to hear possible solutions that could ease the pressure caused by the pandemic. 

Why should you take part 

This short webinar will provide you with all you need to know about the pandemic and debt in Wales. As well as a short presentation of the key findings, you’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions or to chat online with other participants. 

Join us to understand:

  • What impact the pandemic has had on debt
  • Who has been most greatly affected
  • Why has the pandemic had an impact on debt 
  • Possible solutions to the challenge

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The Presenters:

Victoria Winckler

Dr Victoria Winckler

Victoria Winckler is director of the Bevan Foundation. She has more than 30 years' experience researching solutions to poverty, policy innovation and delivering significant change to public policy and practice over her career. Victoria is also currently Wales adviser to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Steffan Evans

Dr Steffan Evans

Steffan joined the Bevan Foundation in 2018 and lead's the team's work on poverty. Steffan has worked on a range of issues relating to poverty including housing and social security, developing both practice and policy solutions. He led the team's analysis of the impact of the pandemic on poverty

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