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LAPC 2017

The Lincoln Against Poverty Conference 2017, which was the fourth annual event for the Lincoln Anti-Poverty Strategy, was held at Alive Conferences on Wednesday 15th March 2017. The conference was a great opportunity for partners to come together to review activity taken place as part of the Strategy during 2016/17, and to plan activities for the year ahead.

The presentations and a selection of photos from the Lincoln Against Poverty Conference 2017 are available below.

Presentation 1 – Welcome – Cllr. Rosanne Kirk, Portfolio Holder for Social Inclusion and Community Cohesion – City of Lincoln Council

Presentation 2 – Keynote Speech – Katharine Knox, Policy and Research Programme Manager – Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Presentation 3 – Lincoln Anti-Poverty Strategy and Action Plan – Martin Walmsley, Interim Assistant Director Strategic Development – City of Lincoln Council

Presentation 4 – Update on welfare reform in Lincoln – Claire Moses, Interim Assistant Head of Shared Revenues and Benefits – City of Lincoln Council / North Kesteven District Council

Presentation 5 – A new opportunity to access fairer finance in Lincoln – Rob Shearing, Chief Executive – Finance for Sheffield

Presentation 6 – Reflections on today – Cllr. Ric Metcalfe , Leader – City of Lincoln Council