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Getting by: young people, poverty and stigma during austerity

24 November, 2017, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free

‘Getting by’ invites young people, service providers and policy makers to come together and discuss the impact of austerity on young people’s lives. It presents findings from a study on young people’s experiences of poverty and the resources they draw on to cope with austerity. Based on research carried out with young people and service providers in the city of Glasgow, the event discusses issues around poverty and stigma and how it affects young people aged 14–25 living in the city and surrounding areas.


For event information, please contact Daniela Sime at daniela.sime@strath.ac.uk

Details

Date:
24 November, 2017
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

G1 1XQ
Collins Building, University of Strathclyde
Glasgow, G1 1XQ United Kingdom

Who's Attending

42 people are attending Getting by: young people, poverty and stigma during austerity

  • Charlotte Porter
  • Dr. Julie McElroy
  • Nicola parker
  • Michaela Gardiner
  • Ashleigh Jenkins
  • Skye Howie
  • Catriona Anderson
  • Rebekah Jane MacAulay
  • Ruth Corbet
  • Gerard Green
  • Eva Ward
  • Tia Simanovic
  • Larry Forde
  • John Kraemer Martinez
  • Amy Tucker
  • hannah haddad
  • Suzanne Crimin
  • Nicola Downie
  • Kirsty Ross
  • Izzie Barrett-Lally
  • Danielle Tadla
  • Elizabeth Quinn
  • Alex Steven chandler
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