In an upcoming online session exclusively for NACCOM members, Project 17 will give a brief overview of what statutory support is available for migrant families who have no recourse to public funds and who are experiencing problems with accommodation or money.
The webinar will cover who can access this support and how. There will also be time for questions, and slides will be available afterwards.
Date: 14th March 2018
Time: 2pm-4pmRegister for your free space here today
Please note, to participate in the webinar you will need access to a computer that has audio functionality and is connected to the internet. Participants will be sent details about how to log on when they confirm their booking.
More about Madeleine Ellis-Petersen (who will be presenting the webinar):
Madeleine is the Training and Development Officer at Project 17. She splits her time between working directly with clients as an adviser, staffing Project 17’s advice line and running training on section 17 support. Before Project 17, Madeleine was a volunteer at the Hackney Migrant Centre and worked as a policy researcher at the New Economics Foundation.
More about Project 17:
Project 17 is a charity working to end destitution among migrant children. They support families who have no recourse to public funds who are experiencing exceptional poverty, working to improve their access to local authority support. Visit their website here.Register for your free space here today