Hybrid evidence session of the APPG on NRPF on 15 June 2022 (4.00-5.30 pm), to explore new report on Children in Poverty from the Work and Pensions Committee
About this event
This event hosted by the APPG on No Recourse to Public Funds* will explore the report from the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC), following their inquiry into Children in Poverty: No Recourse to Public Funds.
Many organisations submitted evidence to the inquiry, detailing how thousands of children are facing extreme poverty in the United Kingdom because strict immigration rules prevent their families from accessing the welfare safety net. The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the precariousness of daily life for thousands of families without access to public funds.
This session will bring together the chair of the WPC, policy experts and people with lived experiences of similar policies. The session will examine the WPC report and the recommendations made by the Committee and will look at the next steps to eradicate extreme poverty in the lives of children as a result of the No Recourse to Public Funds condition.
This event will be chaired by Kate Osamor MP.
- Stephen Timms MP (Chair of the Work and Pensions Committee)
- Olivia Halse (Gold Jennings Solicitors)
- Carri Swann (Child Poverty Action Group)
- Nicole Masri (Rights of Women)
- As well as individuals with lived experience of the No Recourse to Public Funds condition.
This will be a hybrid event. To register to attend online, please go to Eventbrite to ‘Register’, fill in your details and you will receive a Zoom link to attend.
If you would like to attend the event in person, please send an email to email@example.com and we will send you the exact location on the parliamentary estate and registration details in order to attend.
The briefing can be found here
A recording of the main panel proceedings can be accessed here
and minutes of the meeting can be found here