Seeing the Full Picture Around Multiple Disadvantage: Learnings from the Fulfilling Lives Programme
About this event
With a range of keynote speakers, interactive workshops, performances and networking, the final Fulfilling Lives conference is an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate what has been achieved during this unique 8-year national programme.
The conference will be held in person in Birmingham AND online on the same day. You can select which type of attendance you would prefer when booking your ticket. The online programme includes live-streams of keynote speakers, performances, and a selection of online interactive workshops.
The programme features:
- Keynote speakers Dominic Williamson (independent consultant), a senior civil servant from the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, and The National Lottery Community Fund
- Latest findings from the national evaluation of Fulfilling Lives led by CFE Research and The University of Sheffield
- Performances by people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage
- Workshops held by the National Expert Citizens Group, Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham, Fulfilling Lives South East, and the Centre for Homelessness Impact
The event is ideal for policy-makers, commissioners and senior practitioners from Changing Futures areas, MEAM areas, and anywhere that is interested in learning about how to do things a bit differently and make positive change for people facing multiple disadvantage.
For those attending in person, lunch will be provided and the venue is fully accessible.
About Fulfilling Lives
Fulfilling Lives has been an 8-year investment from The National Lottery Community Fund in 12 local partnerships across England. Since 2014, the programme has supported more than 4,000 people experiencing multiple forms of disadvantage, including homelessness, alcohol and substance misuse, offending, mental ill health and domestic violence. For more information about the programme and accompanying evaluation visit www.fulfillinglivesevaluation.org